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A View from the Bridge

A View from the Bridge


by Arthur Miller

A View from the Bridge: Themes (For the Most Part) True or False

1. The conflict between "civilized" American law vs. "uncivilized" Italian tradition shows which theme? -> Justice and Judgment
2. The play explores what happens when paternal love becomes too extreme is an example of which theme? -> Love
3. Eddie is terrified of his niece moving away. The theme shown is: -> Love
4. Getting married and having babies is perceived as women's basic function. This is which theme? -> Mortality
5. It all ends with the main character throwing his life away over which theme? -> Abandonment