How effectively does Arthur Miller build the play up dramatically to enhance the power of it's tragic ending?

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The two submarines (slang for illegal immigrants that have come from 'under the water') quickly stir the peace in the Carbone family, with Rodolpho growing closer to Catherine (a naive 17 year old stenographer), and thus distancing himself from Eddie (the play's protaganist, who would eventually meet his demise at the hands of his own fatal flaws)...
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The various conflicts, stage directions and layers of meaning in language are concepts that shall be explored in this essay. The character's in 'A View from the Bridge' are complex and deep enough to be explored as dramatic devices themselves. Firstly, we have Eddie Carbone, our protaganist of the play...
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