What are two other things that Arthur Miller wrote?
One thing that Arthur Miller wrote is the famous play called, "Death of a Salesman". Another play that he wrote was, "The Crucible".
what is one book or poem that Arthur Miller wrote?
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Arthur Miller wrote Death of a Salesman in 1949.
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible.
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Playwright Arthur Miller wrote it.
Arthur Miller is well known for marrying Marilyn Monroe. Arthur wrote 12 books. Several of these books were made into plays.
The Price is a play by Arthur Miller.
Arthur miller though it was his greates play he has ever wrote. You probably mean Arthur Miller, a playwright whose work included "The Crucible" and "Death of a Salesman."
Arthur Miller, based on his play.
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible, he compared the 20th Century "hunt for communists" to that of the Salem Witch Trials.
Arthur Miller attended the University of Michigan. He was a well known playwright. A couple of the plays he wrote were All My Sons and A View from the Bridge.
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible and Death of a Salesman.
He wrote 49 poems in his life...
Arthur wrote 24 Plays between his birth 1915 and his death 2005
Death of a Salesman.
Some plays that Arthur Miller wrote are The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, and Death of a Salesman.
Arthur Miller first learned about the Salem witch trials in an American History class at the University of Michigan. He later wrote the play, The Crucible.
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He was (falsely) accused of being a communist and McCarthy tried to force him to name others, which Miller refused. Miller later wrote a critical play about McCarthyism, called The Crucible.
Arthur Miller . He was born on 17 October 1915 in New York City.
He wrote "The Cruci-ilikebacon-ble" and "Death of a cute Salesman", both not unrealistic.
On the surface it is a story of the Salem Witch Trials. What he was really addressing, though, was the McCarthyism of the 1950s. Senator Joseph McCarthy wasn't hunting witches but Communists, whom he said had permeated US culture and government. Arthur Miller is offering social commentary, but in a very subtle manner.
Arthur Miller was trying mirror McCarthyism to make a point with his book so he had to doctor some facts to make them fit. He also had to tell a story so what he wrote about had to be interesting.
Miller wrote many plays, but the two that he is most famous for is The Crucible(1953) and Death of a Salesman(1949). The Crucible Death of a Salesman All my Sons and The Crucible.
Arthur Miller wrote "The Crucible" for three main reasons. First he wanted to write the play as an allegory of McCartheyism. Secondly, he wanted to save his career, since he could have been blacklisted by the House Committee on Un-American Activities. Thirdly, he wanted to convey a major historical event in a concise and impactful way.
He got lost on his way to new york and heard about the red Scare and wrote the crucible.
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible, a story of Puritan Settlers in Salem which was widely viewed as a lampoon of sorts on senator McCarthy's pursuit of communists. In The Crucible, people are judged by an incompetent who takes as true, the wild accusations of a group of adolescent girls.
Arthur Miller. He was a playwright and screenplay writer. He wrote the screen play for "The Misfits," in which Marilyn starred with Clark Gable.
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One of the reasons he wrote it was because he read a book by Charles W. Upham, who was the mayor of Salem at the time, and he just knew he had to write it.
Arthur miller wrote about the red scare, since he himself was accused of being Communist. His play, The Crucible, is about the Salem which trials, in which men and women were accused of whichcraft and put to death because of it. Arthur Miller drew parallels between both the red scare and the Salem which trials, and decided to write about what he was expierencing at the time. He was put on the Red list in… Read More
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible as a result of the McCarthy hearings in the 1950's. He felt both era were times of hysteria and witchhunts. In both cases, people were accused without evidence and people were asked to name names.
Arthur Miller the great playwright who wrote The Crucible was also Marilyn Monroe's husband and it is said he was madly in love with her up until he died even though she had left him?
Yes he was her husbands.
Shakespeare's scripts consist of the lines and a few stage directions. Miller wrote long and detailed instructions on how the set was to look, what the costumes were like and so on. Miller wanted to be the director as well as the playwright--Shakespeare left those details to the people actually producing the play.
Because the author, Arthur Miller, went through a similar, but more modern ersion of the Salem witch trials, the McCarthy Witch trials, where they tries communists instead of witches. Like Proctor, Miller refused to betray himself and insisted on his innocence
Mark Brown wrote the Arthur books. The popular children's Arthur book series was written by Marc Brown.
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Who was the author that was American dramatist whose novel the death of salesman won the Pulitzer price during the post-modernism period?
American playwright Arthur Miller wrote the play Death of a Salesman
Because guy wrote a lot of words and it was all like not about really witches in Salem but about that ugly dude McCarthy and his scary redness about mother Russia.
it was written in response to McCarthyism during which he was accusing artists of being communist or knowing them. Miller felt these events were parallel to the Salem witch trials in Massachusetts. Arthur Miller, the author of The Crucible, was alive during the Red Scare. This was a time period in which people were accused of being or being friends with communists. If you were thought to be a communist, you were "blacklisted" This meant… Read More
Arthur Miller wrote The Crucible to explain to the US people about the tactics "if you're not with us your against us" of Senator McCarthy, who fostered a "witch hunt" against Americans who were communists. Americans were afraid of communism, which he represented as the witches in The Crucible. Miller thought that the audience might see their own times, their own fears and dilemmas reflected in the themes of the crucible.
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The American writer Arthur Miller (1915-2005) is the one who wrote Broken Glass back in 1994. The title is close to the German name Kristallnacht (Night of Broken Glass) and speak about a couple who lived in New York City back in 1938.
Arthur Miller, Fania Fenelon (from her autobiography)<< Great answer and I'll just add that Vanessa Redgrave played the Auschwitz prisoner of Fania Fenelon.
Glenn Miller but I am not sure who wrote the lyrics for it. Hope this Helped!
The Crucible directly relates to the red scare in that a small group of people were able to accuse a larger group of innocents. Arthur Miller wrote the play in direct response to the hearings that were going on in Washington D.C.
There are at least two books titled "Slob". One, by Rex Miller and the other by Ellen Potter. Both are available at Amazon and other book retailers.