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See Article History Alternative Title: He is best known for Death of a Salesman Miller was shaped by the Great Depressionwhich brought financial ruin onto his father, a small manufacturer, and demonstrated to the young Miller the insecurity of modern existence.
After graduation from high school he worked in a warehouse. With the money he earned he attended the University of Michigan B. His first public success was with Focus ; filmed [made-for-television]a novel about anti-Semitism.
All My Sons ; filmeda drama about a manufacturer of faulty war materials that strongly reflects the influence of Henrik Ibsenwas his first important play.
It won Miller a Tony Awardand it was his first major collaboration with the director Elia Kazanwho also won a Tony. It is the tragedy of Willy Lomana man destroyed by false values that are in large part the values of his society.
As he wrote in The quality in such plays [i. Among us today this fear is as strong, and perhaps stronger, than it ever was. In fact, it is the common man who knows this fear best.
Miller had been exploring the ideas underlying Death of a Salesman since he was a teenager, when he wrote a story about a Jewish salesman; he also drew on memories of an uncle. The play won a Tony Award for best play and a Pulitzer Prize for drama, while Miller and Kazan again each won individual Tonys, as author and director respectively.
The play was later adapted for the screen and several made-for-television versions and was revived several times on Broadway. Miller based The Crucible on the witchcraft trials in Salem, Massachusettsin —93, a series of persecutions that he considered an echo of the McCarthyism of his day, when investigations of alleged subversive activities were widespread.
Though not as popular as Death of a Salesman, it won a Tony for best play. It was also adapted numerous times for film and television.
He was convicted of contempt but appealed and won.
A year later A View from the Bridge was performed in a revised, longer form. Incident at Vichy, which began a brief run at the end ofis set in Vichy France and examines Jewish identity. He directed the London production of the play in Miller also wrote a screenplay, The Misfitsfor his second wife, the actress Marilyn Monroe ; they were married from to His autobiographyTimebends, was published in Nov 27, · summary of The zoo story written by Edward Albee in Edward Albee is pulitzer prize winning american playwright Narrated by Syed Abbas you can follow me on Instagram username - .
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