Never Seen But Still Important, How?
We never meet the man yet he still plays an integral role in the plot. How can this be? This concept is exactly what happens in the play All My Sons as pertains to the role of Larry. Although Larry never actually appears in the play, he affects the plot and the characters, specifically Kate, in key ways. Arthur Miller does this by revolving the conflicts, and their closures
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of psychosis. We therefore see that Larry has had a profound effect on Kate.
In conclusion, Larry's character is clearly an integral part to the plot of All My Sons. Larry's character is not one that we see, yet we still feel we know because of the way he has affected
each of the characters' actions. In fact, Larry is so important to the plot of the play, that it could not exist without him.