Eddie Essay Topics

Marco and Rodolpho- A view from the bridge

’ Not only is Marco physically stronger than Rodolpho and Eddie his ‘smile of triumph powerfully indicates that his clarity of vision and strength of purpose also surpass both of them. Similarly, by doing this Marco is stating that he will protect Rodolpho no matter what. The audience see this as foreshadowing from Miller, and… View Article

The guy ain’t right

When Eddie discovers that Catherine is having a relationship with Rodolfo he becomes almost infuriated and does everything in his power to try and split them up. Eddie tries to make people believe that Rodolfo does not conform to his image of masculinity and tells people that, “The guy ain’t right” and, “the guy is… View Article

Arthur Miller increases the tension within the play

In this piece of coursework I will be analysing the tragic play “A view from the bridge” specifically pages 35 to 42. I also will be discussing how the author Arthur Miller increases the tension within the play which continues to create an impact towards the later stages of the play. The play tells us… View Article

Catherine and Rodolfo

We analysed and performed three extracts from three different sections in the play. The first of which was when Eddie and Beatrice are waiting on Catherine and Rodolfo to return home from the cinema. In the second extract Eddie tries to prove that he is more superior and more important than Rodolfo and Marco. But… View Article

A view from the bridge

She doesn’t understand why Eddie was so opposed to Rodolpho and reported them to the immigration bureau. She told Beatrice “What are you scared of? He’s a rat! He belongs in the sewer! ” But it shows that Catherine still cares about Eddie and never expected a tragic ending like this when she says “Eddie,… View Article