A View From the Bridge-Eddie

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How is Eddie described at the start of the play?
"A husky, slightly overweight longshoreman"
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What does he mean when saying, "You're a baby, you don't understand these things"
He views Catherine as a small child who always need guidance
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How does Eddie foreshadow his obsession with Catherine in Act 2
"You ain't 'all the girls"
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What does "You got too big a Heart" show
Showing his affection towards Beatrice, before his obsession with Catherine
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What does "That ain't what I had in mind" show
Showing how controlling he is over Catherine
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"His smile goes: 'You like him?'" show
He is upset that Catherine chose Rodolfo, even though he knows he can never have her
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"A wife is supposed to believe the husband" show
He expects respect and honor, especially from his own family
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The quote that shows Eddie' jealousy of Rodolfo
"You walk out that door to that wedding you ain't comin' back here"
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"Which he said I killed his children"
Obvious anger at being disrespected in front of the neighbourhood, even if he knows what he did was disrespectful to Beatrice's cousins
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"Like in the Bible"
Trying to justify his actions by associating them with a religious story, showing value of religion in society at the time the play was writen
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What does he mean when saying, "You're a baby, you don't understand these things"

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He views Catherine as a small child who always need guidance

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How does Eddie foreshadow his obsession with Catherine in Act 2

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Card 4

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What does "You got too big a Heart" show

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Card 5

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What does "That ain't what I had in mind" show

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