York Notes for GCSE: A View from the Bridge will help you to understand and evaluate Arthur Miller’s play, by providing an analysis of each act and character, the social and historical context and the underlying themes. By increasing your knowledge of and familiarity with the play, the GCSE Study Guide to A View from the Bridge will help you achieve a better grade in your GCSE literature exam.
When marking your GCSE essays and answers to exam questions on A View from the Bridge, examiners will be looking for evidence of your understanding of such aspects of the play as the themes of loyalty, the rules of community and society, and jealousy, the role of Alfieri in both the story and as narrator and the relationship between Eddie and Catherine and its tragic consequences. Arthur Miller based A View from the Bridge upon real life events and the students most likely to achieve the best marks for their answers are those who can reference Miller’s own research, the historical and social context in which it is set and the influence it has upon the play, its characters and events.
The York Notes GCSE revision pack for Arthur Miller’s A View from the Bridge provides all the information, analysis and study aids you need, helping you to give informed, well-argued and knowledgeable answers to GCSE Literature exam questions, and to achieve the best of your ability.
Print Edition information: Paperback, 64 pages, ISBN 9781408270011