Arthur Miller


hey i have a lil pile of books here by my computer and the second book i came to was written by 'Arthur Miller' so that's how i got to this discussion.

yer the book is 'a view from the bridge' which i noticed is along the side. I've never read this book nor any other book from Arthur. Yer looks like this book is from ma school.

Does Miller specialise in plays or something?

>>By rachiepops   (Monday, 28 Jul 2003 22:04)

death of salesman is my favorite play by miller since very artistically it portrays the relationship between father & sons and how the parents play a great role in their kids' personality without knowing it.
the next important point is the concept of success really what one is pleased by or is it being well-liked by others?

>>By sima   (Saturday, 20 Nov 2004 13:34)

All I've read by Arthur MIller is the Crucible, which I thought was magnificent. As I understand he had some part in the making of the screenplay for the movie. I love that movie even though every time I see it I get filled with anger. I take that as a sign as to how powerful it is.

>>By FTN2k7   (Sunday, 21 Nov 2004 07:56)

just saw a VERY good production of All My Sons - having never read or seen anything by Arthur Miller (but was very aware of his reputation & skill) it was VERY well done. I love the way
the tension grew and the gradual change in the father (Joe) and the relationship of Joe & his son, as well as that of the neighbours. Lots of side plots & themes - i loved it.

>>By Tchock   (Friday, 19 Jan 2007 00:55)

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