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The Dramatic Techniques Arthur Miller Uses in His Play A View From the Bridge

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The Dramatic Techniques Arthur Miller Uses in His Play A View From the Bridge

'A View from the Bridge' was written by Arthur Miller. It is set in
the early 1950s, Miller was interested in the lives of dockworkers and
longshoremen of New York's Brooklyn harbour, where he had worked and
where the story is set. Miller heard the story from a lawyer friend
who had mentioned that he knew of a longshoreman who rattled to the
immigration Bureau on two brothers, his own relatives, who were living
illegally in his home, in order to break the engagement between one of
them and his niece. A few years later Miller visited Italy and
combined the experiences gained, about the Italian immigrants working
in Brooklyn with the knowledge of men in Italy hungry for work. This
provided the background to the play that was to become 'A View from
the Bridge'

Arthur Miller uses many dramatic devices to engage the interest of his
audience. I will be exploring these in detail. The title is symbolic,
it could be the metaphorical structure between th...

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