Alfieri

  • Category: Theater
  • Words: 329
  • Grade: 97
One DayAlfieri
By: Mario Ingham

        
        Alfieri is the most significant and important person in "˜A View Form The Bridge'. He is a dramatic device. It his story and it seems like he is remembering it and telling it to somebody. Arthur Miller (the author of the play) intended to base (same style) the play on a Greek Tragedy.
        Alfieri is the ideal character to comment on what just happened or what is about to happen. He is a lawyer and he is older than most of the people in the play so we trust him more than the others. He is experienced and smart so he know what he is talking about.
         Alfieri
By: Mario Ingham

        
        Alfieri is the most significant and important person in "˜A View Form The Bridge'. He is a dramatic device. It his story and it seems like he is remembering it and telling it to somebody. Arthur Miller (the author of the play) intended to base (same style) the play on a Greek Tragedy.
        Alfieri is the ideal character to comment on what just happened or what is about to happen. He is a lawyer and he is older than most of the people in the play so we trust him more than the others. He is experienced and smart so he know what he is talking about.
        
Alfieri
By: Mario Ingham

        
        Alfieri is the most significant and important person in "˜A View Form The Bridge'. He is a dramatic device. It his story and it seems like he is remembering it and telling it to somebody. Arthur Miller (the author of the play) intended to base (same style) the play on a Greek Tragedy.
        Alfieri is the ideal character to comment on what just happened or what is about to happen. He is a lawyer and he is older than most of the people in the play so we trust him more than the others. He is experienced and smart so he know what he is talking about.
        

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