All My Sons

what moral position do Frank and Lydia represent in the play?

refer to the theme of Morality and Ethics

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These are more minor characters in the story. A simple neighbor, Frank has an interest in astrology. Mother asked him before the start of the play to prepare a horoscope for Larry in order to determine his "favorable day." Frank avoided the draft. He represents a simple life uncomplicated by the war. Now married to Frank, Lydia is a former sweetheart of George's, but she did not wait for him to return from the war. Seeing Lydia makes George wistful about the simpler life he could have had, if he had not left home for the greater world of New York.