Arthur Miller: A Collection of Critical Essays

Arthur Miller, Robert W. Corrigan

This volume offers an engrossing analysis of Arthur Miller’s evolution as man and artist from his initial impact on the American theater to his most recent achievement, The Price. Such outstanding critics as Harold Clurman, Herbert Blau, and Gerald Weales give particular emphasis to Miller’s Death of a Salesman, The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, The Misfits, After the Fall, and Incident at Vichy. Taken together, these works testify, in Corrigan’s opinion, to “Miller’s own sense of involvement with modern man’s struggle to be himself…” and have “made him one of the modern theater’s most compelling and important spokesmen.”

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genre Performance Arts » Theater and Stageplays
publisher Prentice Hall
publish date 1969
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