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    • 1. The Theme of Honour in A View From the Bridge
    • 2. Honour in the Play very important to characters, especially the male ones means more to them than the law does A View From the Bridge shows how destructive it can be it one takes their honour too seriously It is also shown to us that it is difficult to respect people that don’t respect themselves
    • 3. Vinny Bolzano introduces us to the theme of honour clear to audience that Vinny had done something very wrong it is seen that Vinny got what he deserved Ironic that Eddie tells this story, as the does a similar thing later on
    • 4. Love Eddie doesn’t admit it because he knows that it is dishonorable Rodolpho didn’t ask for permission to date Catherine
    • 5. Betrayal Alfieri warns Eddie Marco believes that the only honourable way is to punish Eddie for betraying the brothers Eddie refuses to admit his mistakes

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