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Plays: One

Plays: One By Arthur Miller Plays One Formerly part of the World Dramatists series of play collections by classic and modern playwrights including foreign works in workable and accurate translations this title and seven others are reiss

  • Title: Plays: One
  • Author: Arthur Miller
  • ISBN: 9780413158109
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • Plays: One By Arthur Miller Formerly part of the World Dramatists series of play collections by classic and modern playwrights, including foreign works in workable and accurate translations, this title and seven others are reissued in a new format under the heading, World Classics.
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    1. RJ on said:

      Features five of Miller s very best plays over a legacy forging time period, but it is the insider introduction here which is most preciously instructive A must own tome for any Miller fan, full of quotes to write by A first revisit of The Crucible since high school proved the chilling and powerful highlight.

    2. Ali on said:

      A Memory of Two Mondays is based on Miller s own experiences, The play focuses on a group of desperate workers earning their livings in a Brooklyn automobile parts warehouse during the Great Depression in the 1930s, a time of 25 percent unemployment in the United States It explores the dreams of a young man yearning for a college education in the midst of people stumbling through the workday in a haze of hopelessness and despondency.The Women s Orchestra of Auschwitz, or the Girls Orchestra of [...]

    3. Tovah on said:

      Miller is a practically flawless playwright I haven t read this particular anthology, but it contains my three favorite Miller plays All my Sons, Crucible, Salesman so I d recommend it based on that.

    4. Jeannie on said:

      I read the play of a death of a salesman and liked it but found it to be very confusing dialoge.

    5. j_ay on said:

      All My Sons ooDeath of a Salesman The Crucible oA Memory of Two Mondays oooA View from the Bridge oo

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