Sympathy Essay Topics

The audience can sympathise

Arthur Miller wrote ‘A View from the Bridge’ as a modern version of a Greek tragedy, therefore, Eddie’s death at the end of Act Two should be tragic. The audience have to feel pity, or pathos, towards Eddie when he dies to make the play a successful tragedy. According to 1.Aristotle’s definition of a tragic… View Article

Sympathy for Duddy Kravitz

Mordecai Richler’s novel, The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz, takes a low-life young man, who will lie, cheat and steal from friends and family and makes him seem to be a sympathetic character. It is Richler’s that allows the reader to suspend judgment on the young man and pity his life, for Kravitz thinks that he… View Article