result he also develops a conflict with Rodolfo, one of his wifes cousins who Catherine is instantly attracted. Eddie wants Marco to admit he lied: Marco hasnt erefore, even at the end Eddie cheats when he fights and lies. Im inclined to notice the ruins in things, compared to Marco and Eddie, Alfieri is much more articulate. The central character of A view from the bridge is Eddie Carbone a second generation Italian and longshoreman, whos desperately eager to mask his uncontrollable desires. Eddie is a very much against Marco marrying Catherine and goes to alfieri for fieri helps people by compromising and hearing both sides of the story. Eddie in the play is unable to acknowledge the unbearable affection and passionate feelings he has for his niece, Catherine, who he has raised since birth. Even some of Shakespeares villainshave noble and heroic qualities, although some people may argue that they deserve to die forthe bad deeds they have committed. Stating how her appearance attracts men with the simile that heads are turnin like windmills. Marco rises.)Eddie strikes Rodolfo out of jealousy and spite. He also sees eddies feelings for catherince, and Alfieri sees that Eddie is a desperate man, so desperate, hell do anything. One of the three examples applied in illustrating the conflicts within the play includes the Federal (official) and Community Laws.
Both Catherine and Eddies relationship has a close bond even as if they were biological, father and daughter. Are concerned, he has dishonoured himself, and betrayed people under his care. Alfieri hears both sides of the story. Millers depiction of Eddies base betrayalillustrates that he feels Eddies fate is just. Having chosen a character that deserves the fate that befalls him, Miller makes clearthat fate is deserved by depictions of Eddie at home, by his low attempts to provoke Rodolfo, by his betrayal of the community and of his ignoble end. This essay will explain clearly that this is the the play Eddie is a dockworker at the busiest harbour in the world, New York thegullet of the world. Reference Copied to Clipboard. Miller has effectively developed both conflicts throughout the play using character development, symbolism and plot to develop the themes of obsessive love and jealousy leading to Eddies extreme but uncharacteristic behaviour and eventually to a tragic climax. Higher English A-grade critical essay on Arthur Miller's play "A View From The Bridge".