A View From The Bridge
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- Publisher: Penguin
- MBE Book Code: 134
- ISBN: 9780141189963
- No. of Pages: 112
- Type: Paperback
- Availability: In Stock
Arthur Miller’s creation of A View From The Bridge, is acclaimed to be a tragic masterpiece around the inevitable unravelling of a man. Which is set in a close-knit Italian-American community in 1950’s New York. And provides an excellent source of English learning, within students reading and writing capabilities, which is available at a bulk discount, which is ensured to be better than our competitors, and will arrive to you the next day.
The character of Eddie Carbone is a longshoreman and straightforward man, who has a strong sense of morality and honour. And for himself, it is a privilege to take in his wife’s two cousins, Marco and Rodolpho, straight from the boat which was located in Italy, to them.
But, as his niece, Catherine begins to fall on love for one of them. It is clear that it’s not quite what he claims. He is too strange, too sissy and overall too careless for her. But something much more significant, much deeper is wrong. And wrong inside Eddie, which is in a way he cannot face.
Something which severely threatens the happiness of their whole family…