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  1. Arthur Miller Death of a Salesman
  2. Arthur Miller's All My Sons (Bloom's Modern Critical Interpretations)
  3. Sum & Substance Audio on Civil Procedure, 6th (CD) (Sum & Substance-Audio Tape Series) by Arthur R. Miller, 2009-09-23
  4. Arthur Miller's Playing for Time by Arthur Miller, 1985-01
  5. ARTHUR MILLER / TIMEBENDS: a Life by Arthur Miller, 1987
  6. death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, 1964
  7. Spark Notes The Crucible by Arthur Miller, SparkNotes Editors, 2002-01-10
  8. All my sons: Drama in three acts by Arthur Miller, 1974
  9. A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE by Arthur Miller, 1967-01-01
  10. An Approach to Arthur Miller's Plays- Three- A View from the Bridge (An Approach to Arthur Millers Plays) by Students' Academy, 2010-07-28
  11. Arthur Miller (Bloom's Modern Critical Views)
  12. James Hull Miller's Self Supporting Scenery for Childrens Theatre and Grown Ups Too a Scenic Workbook for the Open Stage by James Hull Miller, 1988-03
  13. Timebends: A Life by Arthur Miller, 1990-07-05
  14. Remembering Arthur Miller (Biography and Autobiography)

61. SCORE: The Crucible-- Teacher's Guide
Designed to supplement the teaching of The Crucible by Arthur Miller, the unit consists of three activities for students.
This unit, designed to supplement the teaching of The Crucible by Arthur Miller, consists of three activities that address the following three questions, respectively:
  • What are the relationships between the characters of The Crucible What contributed to the events leading up to the real witch trials of 1692? How do the political events of the 1950s contribute to our understanding of The Crucible
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This unit is organized on the assumption that students are participating in a unit in which The Crucible is core. It also assumes that students have access to the Internet at schoolone computer in the classroom or libraryor will have access at home. The teacher may assign 2-3 students to complete one of these supplemental activities in rotation, while the rest of the class is engaged in other activities.
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62. * 17th Century New England *
Covers the historical setting of The Crucible, including witch trials, Puritans, and Indians.
PopupNavigator Java Applet - JDK 1.1.3 needed" Some of the interest in this set of webpages on the topic of 17th c. Colonial New England, with special emphasis on The Salem Witchcraft Trials of 1692, has to do with Arthur Miller's play, The Crucible , and the 1996 movie of it starring Daniel Day Lewis and Winona Ryder, but my interest in the subject has to do with my roll as Associate Editor and Project Manager of the new book of scholarly transcriptions of all the primary sources of the legal records of the witchcraft prosecutions in 1692 and 1693, Records of the Salem Witch-Hunt . I have put a lot of help finding on-line primary sources at this site. Additionally, my great-x10-grandmother was Rebecca Nurse (one of many thousands of such descendants, btw, so it's not that big a deal...). The idea is obviously nothing new the trials and executions have long fascinated writers, historians, and tourists to Salem. (Forget that silly wax museum if you do come to Salem go see the real documents at the Essex-Peabody Museum, or in the summer take a tour of Rebecca Nurse's actual house over in Danvers, formerly called "Salem Village," where the nastiness all really started.) If you are more interested in the historical aspects of the events than in Miller's fictional rendition (I've written up a comparison of the facts and his fiction and a included links to sites about The Crucible but I my primary interest is NOT this play), you can find a pretty good

63. A Universal Tale Of Faith Manipulated / The Christian Science Monitor - CSMonito
Interview with Arthur Miller about the universality of his play from the Christian Science Monitor.

64. Hysteria And Ideology In The Crucible
Academic study published in 1953.
Hysteria and Ideology in The Crucible
by Richard Hayes from: Richard Hayes, "Hysteria and Ideology in The Crucible," Commonweal 57 (February 1953), p. 498. It is altogether possible that Mr. Arthur Miller was prompted to the composition of his latest play by the malign politico-cultural pressures of our society, but whatever the impulse, it has issued in a drama of arresting polemic distinction. The Crucible does not, I confess, seem to me a work of such potential tragic force as the playwright's earlier Death of a Salesman ; it is the product of theatrical dexterity and a young man's moral passion, rather than of a fruitful and reverberating imagination. But it has, in a theatre of the small success and the tidy achievement, power, the passionate linean urgent boldness which does not shrink from the implications of a large and formidable design. With the Salem witchcraft trials of 1692 as a moral frame and point of departure, Mr. Miller has gone on to examine the permanent conditions of the climate of hysteria. The New England tragedy was for him, dramatically, a fortuitous choice because it is accessible to us imaginatively; as one of the few severely irrational eruptions American society has witnessed, it retains still its primitive power to compel the attention. And it exhibits, moreover, the several features of the classically hysterical situation: the strange moral alchemy by which the accused becomes inviolable; the disrepute which overtakes the testimony of simple intelligence; the insistence on public penance; the willingness to absolve if guilt is confessed.

65. Miller, Arthur: The Oxford Companion To English Literature
Miller, Arthur The Oxford Companion to English Literature Miller, Arthur ( 1915 – 2005 ), American playwright, born in New York and educated at the University of Michigan

66. The Devil And Arthur Miller « Biographia Evangelica
Covers Miller s technique in dealing with evil in The Crucible.
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      Pages: During the 1990s Arthur Miller’s play The Crucible was widely read in British, Continental European and American Schools, introducing Miller’s own particular Hollywood-style morals at the cost of Christian truths. Here is an article originally published in the Spring of 1991 in Spectrum , a magazine for Christian teachers. A colleague by the name of Dr. David Barratt responded and I was asked to briefly reply in the following issue of Spectrum The Crucible and the Classroom:
      The Crucible and the Curriculum      Arthur Miller is widely proclaimed as a moral writer whose aim is to bring out the good in man rather than the bad. This is perhaps why his so-called moral plays, including The Crucible The Crucible is the authentic story of the Salem Witch Trials held in Massachusets, New England in 1692. During these trials 150 suspects were imprisoned, twenty of whom were executed for committing crimes in the name of the Devil. The Crucible The Crucible The Crucible can do to the life of a young person who is striving to understand the problem of evil in the world.

67. Miller, Arthur: The Oxford Companion To American Literature
Miller, Arthur ( 1915–2005), New York author, graduated from the University of Michigan (1938), where he began to write plays. His first, Man Who Had All the Luck (1944), treats an

68. FREE Barron's Booknotes-Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller-Free Book Notes Sum
Details the various elements of the play and ideas for tests and term papers.
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69. Death Of A Salesman Study Guide & Literature Essays | GradeSaver
Summary and analysis of Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller written by Harvard students.
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Death of a Salesman study guide contains a biography of Arthur Miller, literature essays, quiz questions, major themes, characters, and a full summary and analysis.

70. ISU Play Concordances: Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller (Search Page)
Concordance for Death of a Salesman from Iowa State University.
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71. 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), and The Miller

72. Death Of A Salesman By Arthur Miller - A Homework Online Study Guide :: Welcome!
An in-depth discussion of the play. Includes plot summary, character analysis, themes, and quotes.

73. The Crucible Quiz - Miller, Arthur
The Crucible by Arthur Miller is a wonderful play but portrays a hard time in the history of the early colonies. (Author ilovedr)
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74. NovelGuide: Death Of A Salesman
Analysis of Death of a Salesman, including summary, a biography of the author, character profiles, metaphors, and top ten quotes.

75. Death Of A Salesman - MILLER, Arthur | Between The Covers Rare Books
First edition. Very slight sunning to the spine, thus near fine in very near fine dustwrapper with a touch of rubbing at the crown. A very nice copy of this Pulitzer Prizewinning
Home About Us Site Map Help ... Shopping Cart Images+Detail Item Info MILLER, Arthur Death of a Salesman New York: Viking Press 1949. First edition. Very slight sunning to the spine, thus near fine in very near fine dustwrapper with a touch of rubbing at the crown. A very nice copy of this Pulitzer Prize-winning play, one of the classics of American drama and basis for a number of film and television versions with Fredric March, Lee J. Cobb, Rod Steiger, Dustin Hoffman, and Brian Dennehy, among others, assaying the role of salesman Willy Loman. [BTC #291752] More Results Explore BTC highlights along with additional titles in stock related to the item above... MILLER, Arthur Death of a Salesman MILLER, Arthur [Manuscript]: "A Search for a... ... Strange Interlude Book Bargains Our staff cat, Admiral Muffin, has selected thousands of books for special discount from all areas of our stock. Anthologies Mysteries Plays Photography ... In the Cut ORIG. $35.00 SALE $24.50 On Collecting... Views, anecdotes and insights into the world of antiquarian books by the BTC staff and distinguished guests. Just Added Book Catalogs Galore The Bookshop in Old New Castle Bookselling in Hard Times: "Will work for rare books" The Between the Covers Blog ... Organized Labor Goes Feline Introductory Articles What the hell kind of website is this anyway?

76. Death Of A Salesman Study Guide
Covers plot, characters, setting and themes.
Death of a Salesman
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Setting Yonkers, New York (present) and New England (back flashes) Background Information Willy Loman is a traveling salesman who has worked for the Wagner Company for thirty-four years. He is now sixty-one years old and has been taken off salary and put back on straight commission, and he is unable to earn enough money to pay the bills. Charley, the Lomans' neighbor, has been giving money to Willy every month to meet his payments, even though Willy is too proud to accept a payroll job from him. Charley's son Bernard, who was in school with Willy's sons, has become a successful lawyer. Willy's two sons, Biff and Happy, come back home and are temporarily sharing their old room. Biff is the oldest son who was a football star in high school with several scholarships, but for the last fourteen years he has been unable to find himself. He returned from somewhere in the West due to his mother's request for him to see his father. Happy works in a department store and has his own apartment in another part of New York. Willy has been plagued by daydreams and illusions, and the play begins with his driving home prematurely from one of his New England business trips due to the fact that he cannot concentrate on the road.

77. Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman/Craig Garrison..page1
Craig M. Garrison s five-page essay on Death of a Salesman.
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78. Miller Arthur In Dix Hills, NY, New York - Local Business Information For Miller
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79. Donna M. Campbell, Washington State University
Ten questions on Death of a Salesman.

80. Attention Must Not Be Paid - By Jacob Weisberg - Slate Magazine
A negative review on the revival of Death of a Salesman.

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