His parents were immigrants in the United States of America, they had lived a wealthy life this all went wrong along with the American economy.
And they spit on him in the street, his own father and his brothers. The overall story line is very true to life as many immigrants were entering America illegally and this still happens today in America and in other countries like United Kingdom.
It tells the story of two illegal Sicilian immigrants Marco and Rodolfo who managed to migrate into America, in a time where they restricted any immigration from entering their golden gates Eight years later, inA View from the Bridge, based on the story of that same Longshoreman, was produced What techniques does Miller use to create dramatic impact and meaning Miller uses very clever techniques throughout 'A View from the Bridge'.
During this period migration was very popular as especially in the Europe area as they were severely affected by the world war and the majority of the people migrated to the United States of America like Marco and Rodolfo who had migrated from Sicily and illegally entered the US and had stayed with Eddie and his wife Beatrice and their niece Catherine He is an ordinary man.
He also seems to be in love with Catherine but refuses to face this fact at any stage in the play even when Beatrice, his wife, points it out to him clearly In the story the main character is Eddie carbone and we see many sides to this character throughout the play.
A post-war period is the interlude immediately after the beginning of a war and continues for as long as another war does not happen.