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Crucible - Arthur Miller Miller, the child of a wealthy New York Jew who had been in high schools, went to a storehouse. Mr. Bennett was in Harlem, New York City, on October 17, 1915. Although his pieces were dubbed "political", he considered the fields of literary and politicological issues to be completely separated and said: "The only sure and legitimate goal - to speak of the arts as a tool - is the humanization of man".

All of his pieces recur on the subject of the relation between a person's own identities and the images demanded by the public. Two years later he moved to the University of Michigan, where he soon began to write theatre pieces. A Broadway hit that won the New York Drama Critics Circle Award in 1947, All My Sons in 1947 recounts the tale of a New York Drama Critics Circle Award winning boy who finds out that his brother's life was caused by faulty aircraft parts from his profitable ancestor.

Miller' s 1949 hit classic yet still classic US drama, Miller' s 1949 hit was awarded both the Pulitzer Prize and the New York Drama Critics Circle Award. The Crucible (1953), a piece about Bigotry in the Salem Witch Processes of 1692, focuses on the societal drama of a crazy company and the torments of a single hero.

It was generally regarded as a commentary on the McCarthyism of its time. Mr. Miller himself made an appearance before the Un-American Activities Committee and unwaveringly declined to include his colleagues and acquaintances when asked about them. The Misfits (1961) script from his brief history was for his second woman, the actor Marilyn Monroe (see Volume 3); After the Fall (1964) has clear auto-biographical harmonics and encompasses the history of this unhappy couple as well as Miller's further exploration of McCarthyism.

One policeman, a prosperous surgical doctor, whose long-standing dispute over the removal of her father's furnishings is being investigated. Creation of the World and Other Business (1973) is a re-narrative of the history of Genesis tried as a humorous film.

Miller' s most recent work includes Danger: Most of Miller's works received a great deal of UK revival in the eighties, and the playwright's work was more loved in Britain than in the United States recently. Mr. Miller was killed by cardiac insufficiency after a fight against cancers, pneumonia as well as contraindications at his home in Roxbury, Connecticut.

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