The Cambridge Companion to Arthur Miller (Cambridge Companions to Literature Series) / Edition 2by Christopher Bigsby
Revised and updated to include Miller's late work and the key productions and criticism since the playwright's death in 2005.See more details below
Revised and updated to include Miller's late work and the key productions and criticism since the playwright's death in 2005.
Table of Contents
Chronology Susan Haedicke; 1. Introduction; 2. The tradition of social drama: Miller and his forebears Brenda Murphy; 3. The early plays Christopher Bigsby; 4. All My Sons Steven R. Centola; 5. Death of a Salesman and the poetics of Arthur Miller Matthew C. Roudané; 6. Conscience and community in An Enemy of the People and The Crucible Thomas P. Adler; 7. A View from the Bridge Albert Wertheim; 8. The Holocaust, the Depression and McCarthyism: Miller in the sixties Janet N. Balakian; 9. Miller's 1970s 'power' plays William W. Demastes; 10. Miller in the eighties June Schlueter; 11. The last plays Christopher Bigsby; 12. Arthur Miller and the cinema R. Barton Palmer; 13. Arthur Miller's fiction Malcolm Bradbury; 14. Critic, criticism, critics Stephen Barker; 15. Arthur Miller: a bibliographic essay Susan Haedicke.
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