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How does Arthur Miller build the drama to the climax at the end of Act 1 At The Beginning of A view from the bridge by Arthur Miller Alfieri enters and immediately creates the atmosphere The atmosphere of a place where crime was once set in the heart of the neighborhood Alfieri tells us the audience about the importance of justice and how justice is often administrated outside rather than inside the law He Mentions Al Capone and Franky Yale and later he starts that the conflict like all the others is beyond the power of anybody to stop it He says most of the time there is a veneer of respectability most of the time people are quite civilized He then introduces Eddie Carbone Throughout the play there are certain levels of tension and change of character that can be analyzed in further depth This is all included in the way Arthur Miller builds the drama from the start of Act 1 to the end The play opens with Alfieris analysis of the situation in Brooklyn He speaks in an easy conversational style Law and justice are important themes that run through the play The story is told in a series of flashbacks with Alfieri in control Eddie enters and speaks to Catherine Eddie is very pound of the way she looks Like one of them girls who went to college says Eddie but later he becomes irritated because he feels her clothes are too short and that she is too provocative The relationship between Catherine and Eddie appears open and sincere but there is uneasiness in the air Catherine desperately wants eddies approval and she got incredibly upset when he disapproved of her clothes Eddie feels a lot towards Catherine and feels pain when he thinks how the local men react when they see her Catherine looks for support from Beatrice before telling Eddie she
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