A monologue from the play "All My Sons" by Arthur Miller

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About this Monologue

  • Character: George Deever????
  • Gender: Male
  • Age Range(s): Young Adult (20-35)
  • Type of monologue / Character is: Angry, Scolding, Flips out, Persuasive, Complaining, Reminiscing life story/Telling a story
  • Type: Dramatic
  • Year: 1947
  • Period: 20th Century
  • Genre: Family, Drama
  • Description: George Deever confronts his sister Ann and her fianceĀ“ Chris Keller
  • Location: ACT II

Summary

All My Sons' story centers on one terrible and tragic thing Joe Keller did during WWII. Joe Keller, together with Steve Deever, is the owner of a airplane parts factory that sold faulty cylinder heads to the US Army during the war, causing many deaths. Even if guilty, Joe Keller was exonerated at the end of the trial but his partner went to jail. Now, Ann, Steve Deever's daughter, is about to be married to Chris Keller, Joe Keller's son. Ann used to be engaged to Chris' brother Larry, who has been MIA for several years and considered dead. Ann and Chris both believe that Ann's father is guilty. George, Ann's brother, ...

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Excerpt

GEORGE:
[breathlessly]
My life turned upside down since then. I couldn't go back to work when you left. I wanted to go to dad and tell him you were going to be married..



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