The Question and Answer section for All My Sons is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
Compromise is most certainly a part of life, as each and everyone one of us compromises daily.... it's called getting along. Compromise is illustrated through the character of Chris, who remains with his father's business because it is expected....
In the first act, we learn that Larry would have been turning twenty-seven years old.
They give him credit for being smart. I do too, I've got nothing against Joe. But if Chris wants people to put on their hair shirt let him take off his broadcloth. He is driving my husband crazy with that phony idealism of his, and I am at the end of my r
The above quote is spoken by Sue Bayliss.