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Marco Piccinini – A View From The Bridge by Arthur Miller“A View From The Bridge” by Arthur MillerEssay Writing – To Hand In August 23rdChosen Question:How far does Miller make you sympathize with Beatrice?Throughout the play, Miller shows us many differentaspects of the character of Beatrice, giving us insight intoher thoughts, intentions, and feelings; and to some extentmaking us sympathize with her.When she is introduced to the play, Beatrice isdescribed as caring and selfless. She is shown worrying forthe state of the house, as seen when she says, “I didn’teven buy a new tablecloth; I was gonna wash the walls”,even though her cousins were much poorer than them andhad much worse living conditions. She is also shown to caredeeply for her husband Eddie. An example of this would bewhen she tells him, “I’m just worried about you” when hesays he does not want to sleep on the floor. All of thismakes us feel sympathy for Beatrice.

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