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By Arthur Miller

'Heinemann performs' deals modern drama and new variants of vintage performs. The sequence has been built to help school room instructing and to fulfill the necessities of Key levels three and four. The performs are perfect for school room examining and function; many have huge casts and an equivalent mixture of components for girls and boys. every one play comprises innovations and actions to introduce and use the performs within the lecture room. "A View From the Bridge" tells the tale of Eddie Carbone, who has the same opinion to guard his wife's cousins who're looking safe haven in long island as unlawful immigrants. hassle starts off whilst his wife's niece is interested in Eddie's more youthful brother. There are thirteen elements, ten of that are male and 3 woman.

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ALFIERI: Well? What is your answer? You have five or six weeks you could work. Or else you sit here, What do you say to me? MARCO [lowers his eyes. It almost seems he is asltamed): All right. ALFIERI: You won't touch him. ] MARCO: Maybe he wants to apologize to me. [MARCO is staring away. ] ALFIERI: This is not God, Marco. You hear? On1y God makes it. ] RODOLPHO: Marco, tell the mano MARCO [puIling his hand away]: What will 1 tell him? He knows such a promise is dishonourable. ALFIERI: To promise not to kill is not dishonourable.

Nothin'I EDDIB: What're you blowin' off about? Who brought them in here? BEATRICE: All right, I'rn sorry; 1 wish I'd a drop dead before 1 told them to come. In the ground 1 wish 1 was. EDDIE: Don't drop dead, just keep in mind who brought them in here, that's all. ] 1 mean 1 got a couple of rights here. ] This is my house here not their house, BEATRICE: What do you want from me? They're moved out; what do you want now? EDDIE: 1 want my respect! BEATRICB: SO I moved thern out, what more do yOll want?

BEATRICE: Eddie, for God's sake, it's her wedding. EDDIE: Didn't you hear what 1 told you? You walk out that door to that wedding you ain't comin' back here, Beatrice. BEATRICE: Why! What do you want? EDDIE: 1want my respectoDidn't you ever hear ofthat? From my wife? ] CA THERINE: It's after three; we're supposed to be there already, Beatrice. The priest won't wait. BEA TRICE: Eddie. It's her wedding. There'11be nobody there from her family. For my sister let me go. I' m goin' for my sister. EDDIE [as though hurt]: Look, 1 been arguin' with you a11day already, Beatrice, and 1said what I'm gonna sayoHe's gonna come here and apologize to me or nobody from this house is goin' into that church today.

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