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The Cambridge companion to Arthur Miller

Bigsby, Christopher2010
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Miller is regarded as one of the most important playwrights of the 20th century, and his work continues to be widely performed & studied around the world. This edition contains a detailed chronology of the work of this influential dramatist
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The Cambridge companion to Arthur Miller / edited by Christopher Bigsby
Cambridge Cambridge University Press 2010
306 p. illustrations
Chronology / Susan Haedicke -- Introduction / Christopher Bigsby -- The tradition of social drama : Miller and his forebears / Brenda Murphy -- The early plays / Christopher Bigsby -- All my sons / Steven R. Centola -- Death of a salesman and the poetics of Arthur Miller / Matthew C. Roudane -- Conscience and community in An enemy of the people and The crucible / Thomas P. Adler -- A view from the bridge / Albert Wertheim -- The Holocaust, the Depression, and McCarthyism : Miller in the Sixties / Janet N. Balakian -- Miller's 1970s 'power' plays / William W. Demastes -- Miller in the Eighties / Jane Schlueter -- The last plays / Christopher Bigsby -- Arthur Miller and the cinema / R. Barton Palmer -- Arthur Miller's fiction / Malcolm Bradbury -- Critic, criticism, critics / Stephen Barker -- Arthur Miller: a bibliographic essay / Susan Haedicke
9780521745383 (pbk)
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812.52 CAM
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