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“No; I will not marry you to live in Italy.” (pg 55)
“Let her go. That’s my advice. You did your job, now it’s her life;” (pg 42)
Justice and the Law
“Only God makes justice.” (pg 73)
The central idea of family conveys how the people in the play care for one another and are responsible for them. Rodolpho says to Catherine “No; I will not marry you to live in Italy” (pg 55). He says this because he really loves Catherine and he wants the best for her no matter what. Rodolpho does not want Catherine to have a misrable or unsubstantial life life in a poor country (Italy) with little to no jobs.
The central idea of affection is shown throughout the duration of the play. Eddie really cares for Catherine and he protects her. This can be proven to be harmful because Eddie is very possessive over Catherine. This statement is significant because Eddie is not be able to let Catherine go, in order for her to mature. Alfieri gives Eddie advice stating to “Let her go. That’s my advice. You did your job, now it’s her life;” (pg 42)
The central idea of justice and the law is greatly perceived during the play. Alfieri makes a valid point to Marco by explaining that “Only God makes justice” (pg 73). This conveys that it is better to let God do what is just later on in someone's life to pay for the complications that they have created. This is important because Marco wanted to get his revenge on Eddie for calling immigration and getting his job taken away. This is relevant in order for Marco to send money for family in Italy.
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