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  1. A View From the Bridge. by Arthur Miller, 1998-01
  2. Cuba on the Verge : An Island in Transition by Terry McCoy, William Kennedy, et all 2003-05-20
  3. Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman (Bloom's Guides)
  4. Arthur Miller's Adaptation of an Enemy of the People by Henrik/ Miller, Arthur Ibsen, 1977-11-01
  5. The Misfits by Arthur Miller, 2002-06-06
  6. Death of a Salesman by Miller Arthur, 1958
  7. Communists, Cowboys, and Queers: The Politics of Masculinity in the Work of Arthur Miller and Tennessee Williams by David Savran, 1992-10-01
  8. Arthur Miller's America: Theater and Culture in a Time of Change (Theater: Theory/Text/Performance)
  9. The "Crucible" by Arthur Miller (Master Guides) by Leonard Smith, 1986-02-03
  10. Echoes Down the Corridor: Collected Essays, 1944-2000 by Arthur Miller, 2001-10-01
  11. Timebends : A Life by Arthur Miller, 1995-10-01
  12. The Crucible: A Play in Four Acts (Penguin Modern Classics) by Arthur Miller, 2000-02-24
  13. Presence: Stories by Arthur Miller, 2007-05-10
  14. Arthur Miller: His Life and Work by Martin Gottfried, 2004-09-30

21. Arthur Miller - None Without Sin | American Masters
A summary of Miller s life from the Public Broadcasting show.

22. Miller, Arthur
Arthur Asher Miller (October 17, 1915 – February 10, 2005) was an American playwright, essayist, and author. He was a prominent figure in American literature and cinema for
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Roxbury, Connecticut, USA Arthur Asher Miller (October 17, 1915 – February 10, 2005) was an American playwright , essayist, and author . He was a prominent figure in American literature and cinema for over 61 years, writing a wide variety of plays, including The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, and Death of a Salesman, which are still widely studied and performed worldwide . Miller was often in the public eye, most famously for refusing to give evidence before the House Un-American Activities Committee , and by virtue of his marriage to Marilyn Monroe from June 1956 through January 1961. At the time of his death on February 10, 2005, Miller—twice the recipient of the Pulitzer Prize in Drama—was considered one of the greatest American playwrights of all time. His Death of a Salesman was one of, if not the, most important American plays of the period, and one of the best loved. It helped to define a distinctly modern form of tragedy. Ancient Greek tragedy was based on the "tragic flaw," a key weakness in an otherwise noble character. Miller's sense of tragedy was more pedestrian. Instead of a single flaw, his characters are undone by "a thousand little cuts." The play represents a critique of the

23. Miller, Arthur
Miller, Arthur (b. Oct. 17, 1915, New York City), U.S. playwright who combined social awareness with a searching concern for his characters' inner lives.
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Miller, Arthur
(b . Oct. 17, 1915, New York City), U.S. playwright who combined social awareness with a searching concern for his characters' inner lives. He is best known for Death of a Salesman Miller was shaped by the Depression, which spelled financial ruin for his father, a small manufacturer, and demonstrated to the young Miller the insecurity of modern existence. After graduation from high school he worked in a warehouse. With the money he earned he attended the University of Michigan, where he began to write plays. His first public success was with Focus (1945), a novel about anti-Semitism. All My Sons (1947), a drama about a manufacturer of faulty war materials that strongly reflects the influence of Ibsen, was his first important play. Death of a Salesman became one of the most famous American plays of its period. It is the tragedy of a small man destroyed by false values that are in large part the values of his society. The Crucible (1953) was based on the witchcraft trials in Salem, Mass., in 1692, a period Miller considered relevant to the 1950s, when investigation of subversive activities was widespread. In 1956, when Miller was called before the House Un-American Activities Committee, he refused to name people he had seen 10 years earlier at an alleged Communist writers' meeting. He was convicted of contempt but appealed and won. A Memory of Two Mondays and another short play

24. Arthur Miller Society
A group devoted to promoting knowledge about the author and supplies related, upcoming events. Membership is open to all interested.
The Arthur Miller Society is an incorporated, non-profit society whose primary aim is to promote the study of Arthur Miller and his work. Additional objectives include the promotion of productions of Miller's plays and the fostering of continued interest in Miller's work.
Link here to the Arthur Miller Journal issue 5.1 (Spring 2010) still available.
Congratulations to Scarlett Johansen for her Best featured actress Tony award for her portrayal of Catherine in A View from the Bridge.
Breaking news: Philip Seymour Hoffman rumored to be in talks to play Willy Loman, directed by Mike Nichols in 2011see events page for details.
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Keep checking this site as it is updated on a weekly basis. Check the events page for paper calls, conferences, displays, performances, and articles. To keep the page manageable archive links are used to file information for past years.
N.B. While sympathetic to those writing papers, we do not write those papers for you, so questions must be specificand we will try to advise you where you might find the information you need. If you need to contact someone about the rights to perform Miller's plays, contact Patrick Herold at International Creative Management , now at 825 8th Avenue, New York, NY 10019 or
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25. Miller, Arthur - Astro-Databank, Arthur Miller Horoscope, Born 17 October 1915 I
Astrology data, biography and horoscope chart of Arthur Miller born on 17 October 1915 New York NY, USA,_Arthur
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American writer who, as a noted dramatist, won awards for "All My Sons" and the Pulitzer Prize for "Death Of A Salesman," 1949. Opinionated and outspoken, possibly America's most famous contemporary playwright, he began his work writing for radio prior to gaining his first Broadway success. Miller's work will remain fresh and moving, such as "The Crucible," "A View From the Bridge" and "The American Clock." Miller grew up in a middle-class Jewish family that was defeated by the Depression. He worked in a warehouse for two years to earn his college tuition, and during his stay at the University of Michigan, found his calling as a playwright. In 1944 Miller was first published and had his production on the boards, and within three years he was a critical success. Married from 1940-1956 to Mary Slattery, the mother of his two kids; he was then married to Marilyn Monroe from 1956-1960. By his account, he savored her wit and beauty but was driven away by her self-abasing craziness. In his later years he lived with his third wife, Morath, whom he wed in 1962, on a 350-acre ranch estate in Connecticut. He and Morath collaborated on a number of photographic books.

26. Miller Arthur - Harvard University -
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27. PAL: Arthur Miller (1915-2005)
A bibliography of his plays and articles.
PAL: Perspectives in American Literature - A Research and Reference Guide - An Ongoing Project Paul P. Reuben (To send an email, please click on my name above.)
Chapter 8: Arthur Miller (1915-2005)
Kazan and Miller The American 1950s Page Primary Works Selected Bibliography 1980-Present ... Home Page
Source: CNN ". . . the tragic feeling is evoked in us when we are in the presence of a character who is ready to lay down his life, if need be, to secure one thing - his sense of personal dignity." - AM in "Tragedy and the Common Man" 1949 ( E-Text Winner of many literary and dramatic award, Miller is an important force in American drama. His major characters are ordinary and suffering individuals seemingly trapped by naturalistic circumstances. And yet, Miller points out, they have dignity if not human greatness. Critical debate centers on the use or misuse of applying the norms of Aristotelian tragedy to a twentieth century democratic society. Miller has argued forcefully that a "lowman" is capable of a heroic status. Primary Works The Golden Years The Man Who Had All the Luck Focus (a novel), 1945;

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Thesaurus Legend Synonyms Related Words Antonyms. Noun 1. Arthur Miller United States playwright (1915-2005) Miller, Arthur

29. Miller Arthur In Clarendon Hills, IL, Illinois - Local Business Information For
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30. Kazan And The Bad Times
Article on blacklisting by Miller, published in The Nation, March 22, 1999 issue.

31. Featured Author: Arthur Miller
Reviews about and links to Miller and his works.
Featured Author: Arthur Miller
With News and Reviews From the Archives of The New York Times In This Feature
  • Reviews of Arthur Miller's Plays
  • Reviews of Arthur Miller's Earlier Books
  • Articles About Arthur Miller
  • Articles by Arthur Miller ...
  • Audio: Arthur Miller Reads From "Echoes Down the Corridor" Recent Links
  • Nora Sayre Reviews 'Echoes Down the Corridor' (November 12, 2000)
  • First Chapter: 'Echoes Down the Corridor'
    Sara Krulwich/The New York Times Arthur Miller during a roundtable discussion at the Signature Theater Company on Oct. 8, 2000. REVIEWS OF ARTHUR MILLER'S PLAYS:
  • The Man Who Had All the Luck
    ". . . contains a certain amount of merit. . . . [T]he author and director Arthur Miller and Joseph Fields at least have been trying to do something away from the theater's usual stencils. [But] they have not edited out the confusion of the script nor its somewhat jumbled philosophies, nor have they kept it from running over into the ridiculous now and then."
  • All My Sons
    "[T]he theatre has acquired a genuine new talent. Arthur Miller . . . brings something fresh and exciting into the drama. He has written an honest, forceful drama . . ."
  • Death of a Salesman
    "Miller has written a superb drama. . . . It is so simple in style and so inevitable in theme that is scarcely seems like a thing that has been written and acted. For Mr. Miller has looked with compassion into the hearts of some ordinary Americans and quietly transferred their hope and anguish to the theatre. Under Elia Kazan's masterly direction, Lee J. Cobb gives a heroic performance, and every member of the cast plays like a person inspired."
  • 32. BBC NEWS | Entertainment | Obituary: Arthur Miller
    The creator of such plays as The Crucible and Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller was America s foremost post-war playwright.
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      Africa Americas Asia-Pacific ... Special Reports RELATED BBC SITES Last Updated: Friday, 11 February, 2005, 17:51 GMT E-mail this to a friend Printable version Obituary: Arthur Miller Arthur Miller questioned society and authority Arthur Miller was America's foremost post-war playwright. His works, intricate musings on the darkness at the heart of the American Dream, struck a chord with a whole generation of theatre-goers throughout the world. Miller's best-known character, Willy Loman in Death of a Salesman, the little man, destroyed by the pressures of modern life, stunned the audience at the play's Philadelphia premiere in 1949. Some wept. Arthur Miller became famous overnight.

    33. Miller, Arthur - Hutchinson Encyclopedia Article About Miller, Arthur
    Miller, Arthur (1915–2005) US dramatist. His plays deal with family relationships and contemporary American values, and include Death of a Salesman (1949; Pulitzer Prize, Arthur

    34. Miller, Arthur (Arthur Miller) - Clarendon Hills, Illinois (IL) | Company Profil
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    35. Arthur Miller | Explore The Arts - The John F. Kennedy Center For The Performing
    The Kennedy Center s tribute to American playwright Arthur Miller.

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    37. Arthur Miller Introduction
    A brief excerpt from the preface of his book on Arthur Miller.
    brief excerpt from the preface of Leonard Moss' Arthur Miller
    Preface After such knowledge, what forgiveness? Think now
    History has many cunning passages, contrived corridors
    And issues, deceives with whispering ambitions,
    Guides us by vanities.
    T. S. Eliot, "Gerontion" Almost everyone believes that Arthur Miller deserves the title of "social dramatist"; apparently the only question is whether to call him a Marxist or a humanist. The first label has bad a certain currency: some critics believe his work presents a socialist commentary on the economic structure of the United States. "It would be going beyond the evidence to suggest that he adheres to any 'line, whether political or ideological," Tom Driver declares; "nevertheless, he bears a quasi-Marxist stamp and most of his plays tend to become mere partisan social critique."1 William Wiegand sees Miller as a borrower of [Clifford] Odets 's "Marxist" themesas a preacher who sermonizes on the pathetic martyrdom of an oppressed middle class.2 And Eleanor Clark arrives at this conclusion concerning Death of a Salesman : "It is, of course, the capitalistic system that has done Willy in; the scene in which he is brutally fired after some forty

    38. Arthur Miller Books On John W. Doull, Bookseller, Inc.
    (MILLER, Arthur; ROETHKE, Theodore; PORTER, Katherine Anne). The Atlantic Monthly. Volume 197, Number 4, April 1956. Concord, N.H. The Atlantic Monthly, 1956. Pp 1100.
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    MILLER, Arthur ROETHKE, Theodore PORTER, Katherine Anne Atlantic Monthly. Volume 197, Number 4, April 1956 Atlantic Monthly, Concord, N.H., 1956, (MILLER, Arthur; ROETHKE, Theodore; PORTER, Katherine Anne). The Atlantic Monthly. Volume 197, Number 4, April 1956. Concord, N.H.: The Atlantic Monthly, 1956. Pp [1]-100. Double Column. 4to, illustrated wrappers. Includes The Family in Modern Drama by Arthur Miller (pp 35-41); Memory a poem by Theodore Roethke (p. 41); Ship of Fools : An Episode from a Novel in Progress by Katherine Anne Porter (pp 56-63); and much more. Lightly rubbed, else very good. 25.00 Price: 25.00 CDN

    39. Kazan And Miller (1988)
    An overview of the relationship between these two people. Also covers Miller s relationship with Marilyn Monroe.
    Kazan and Miller
    "Long, Bitter Debate From the '50's: Views of Kazan and His Critics"
    by Richard Bernstein
    [from the New York Times , May 3, 1988] One might say that Elia Kazan's greatest quarrels are behind him. The man who directed "All My Sons" and "Death of a Salesman" on Broadway and both the stage and screen versions of "A Streetcar Named Desire," then, just when he was riding highest, "named names" before the House Committee on Un-American Activities, says he has achieved peace of mind. It was not easy. Along the way he has engaged in a long and bitter debate with other figures from the theater, the playwrights Arthur Miller and Lillian Hellman conspicuous among them, ever since that day in 1952 when he identified eight people who had been, along with him, Communist Party members in the Group Theater in the 1930's. Mr. Kazan's autobiography, "Elia Kazan: A Life," has recently been published by Alfred A. Knopf. And while it can be read for many things, including its many, often rather confessional, tales of loves and labors, it will be seen by many as an extension of the debate about the early 1950's investigations of Communist influence in the entertainment world. More Tone Than Content In his book, Mr. Kazan, who is 78 years old, covers a half-century as an actor, a stage and screen director, a writer of popular novels and a pal of moguls, starlets and authors, many of whom have long been enveloped in the hazy glow of legend.

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    Miller, Arthur. Miller, Arthur summary with encyclopedia entries, research information, and more.

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