Arthur Miller's America: Theater & Culture in a Time of Change

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Enoch Brater
University of Michigan Press, 2005 - Performing Arts - 268 pages
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Perspectives on America's greatest living playwright that explore his longstanding commitment to forging a uniquely American theater

Arthur Miller's America collects new writing by leading international critics and scholars that considers the dramatic world of icon, activist, and playwright Arthur Miller's theater as it reflects the changing moral equations of his time. Written on the occasion of Miller's 85th year, the original essays and interviews in Arthur Miller's America treat the breadth of Miller's work, including his early political writings for the campus newspaper at the University of Michigan, his famous work with John Huston, Clark Gable and Marilyn Monroe on The Misfits, and his signature plays like Death of a Salesman and All My Sons.

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