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"A View from the Bridge" by Arthur Miller
"Plays are structured so that the resolution of conflict appears as a 'natural' or inevitable consequence of the moral or ethical concerns raised in the play. Discuss"
"Above all else, tragedy requires the finest appreciation by the writer of cause and effect" Arthur Miller
The role of the playwrite as a true moral force is an ideology that Arthur Miller no doubt aligns himself with. The structure and resolution of "A View From the Bridge", work together to provide a controversial and critical assessment of cause and effect. …
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