What is the importance of Larry and his death in the book? (If possible give in bullet points please!) what is the importance of larry's death in the book All my sons that is what things occurred because of his death or because of his character???

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Larry's death is somewhat central to the play. A few things which are connected to it:

- Ann's sympathy for her father in prison ended the day Larry crashed

- Larry's letter before his death is the catalyst for Joe admitting his responsibility and shooting himself

- Larry's presence as...

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Larry's death is somewhat central to the play. A few things which are connected to it:

- Ann's sympathy for her father in prison ended the day Larry crashed

- Larry's letter before his death is the catalyst for Joe admitting his responsibility and shooting himself

- Larry's presence as a sort of moral conscience hangs over the entire family

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