Arthur Miller

Arthur Miller (born October 17, 1915) is an American playwright. His father, Isidore Miller, was a women's clothing manufacturer and shopkeeper who was ruined during the Great Depression.

Table of contents
1 Miller's plays
2 Chronology
3 External links

Miller's plays

  • Death of a Salesman
  • The Crucible
  • All My Sons
  • After the Fall
  • The Archbishop's Ceiling/The American Clock
  • Rewrite of Henrik Ibsen's An Enemy of the People
  • Broken Glass
  • The Creation of the World and Other Business
  • Danger: Memory!: Two Plays: I Can't Remember Anything, Clara
  • Elegy For a Lady
  • Everybody Wins: A Screenplay
  • Incident at Vichy
  • The Last Yankee: With a New Essay About Theatre Language
  • A Memory of Two Mondays
  • Mr. Peters' Connections
  • Playing for Time
  • The Price
  • The Ride Down Mt. Morgan
  • Some Kind of Love Story
  • A View from the Bridge

Other works by Miller

  • Focus
  • Homely Girl, a Life: And Other Stories
  • The Theater Essays of Arthur Miller
  • Timebends: A Life

Chronology

See theater, literature, University of Michigan, Hollywood Ten, House Unamerican Activities Committee

External links




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