A View from the Bridge


Arthur Miller

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A butcher who lives in the same apartment building as Eddie. He has two illegal immigrants, his family members, staying with him, and then Beatrice has Marco and Rodolpho move into his apartment, as well. When the immigration officers find Marco and Rodolpho, they also find his illegal immigrant relatives. Afterwards, Lipari ignores and shuns Eddie, thinking that he turned the immigrants in.
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Lipari Character Timeline in A View from the Bridge

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Act 2
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...Eddie screams that he’ll kill Marco. The officers take the immigrants outside. A butcher named Lipari, whose apartment Marco and Rodolpho had moved into, sees the other two immigrants, his family... (full context)
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...away, Marco points at Eddie and says, “That one! I accuse that one!” Eddie tells Lipari that Marco is crazy, but Lipari walks away, not believing him. Eddie tries to talk... (full context)