Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller
Salem Press, 2010 - Literary Criticism - 340 pages
When it premiered, Death of a Salesman received immediate critical praise and popular attention. Miller set out to change the face of American Drama and succeeded. The play won the Pulitzer Prize, and the New York Drama Critics' Circle Award. This volume brings together some of the best essays written on Miller's most accomplished play.
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Biography of Arthur Miller Carl Rollyson
Salesman and the 1930s Theatres of Social Protest Joshua E Polster
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