Arthur Miller

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United States playwright (1915-2005)


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The third is uniquely personal, written by the world-famous playwright Arthur Miller, who was married to the actress from 1956 to 1961.
Screening of the performance of the play by Arthur Miller as performed at the National Theatre.
Arthur Miller remained newsworthy and controversial throughout his long life.
As useful as it is, this Descriptive Bibliography is not the first of its kind devoted to Arthur Miller, In 2000 Scarecrow Press published Arthur Miller's Life and Literature: A n Annotated and Comprehensive Guide, by Stefani Koorey.
But when Marilyn Monroe met Arthur Miller in 1951 she told a friend: "That's the guy I want as a husband.
Professor Bigsby is an admirer of the work of Arthur Miller.
1958: Arthur Miller cleared of contempt Washington's Court of Appeals quashes playwright Arthur Miller's conviction for contempt of Congress.
biography ARTHUR MILLER Christopher Bigsby Anybody who has studied English at school, has come into contact with America's great playwrigh of the 20th century, Arthur Miller.
1956: Actress Marilyn Monroe married playwright Arthur Miller.
This volume begins with acknowledgments (vii-viii) and an introductory essay by the editor, "Cross-Cultural Encounters: Arthur Miller and the International Theater Community" (1-14).
A debut novel by Rebecca Miller, wife of actor Daniel Day-Lewis and the daughter of playwright Arthur Miller, has been shortlisted for Richard Madeley and Judy Finnigan's Summer Read, a feature on their Channel 4 talkshow.
Just weeks before Arthur Miller died in 2005, the Harry Ransom Humanities Research Center at the University of Texas-Austin acquired the bulk of his heretofore private correspondence.
Broken Glass, the drama by Arthur Miller, will be performed by The Jewish Players from today until Saturday at the Royal Grammar School, in Eskdale Terrace, Newcastle, at 7.
While there is no shortage of books about Arthur Miller out there, this new study by Christopher Bigsby is surely one of the best and most valuable to date.
Love Hurts offers the listener a comic Steve Almond story about a blind date gone right, a brilliant Arthur Miller coming-of-age tale about an adolescent boy who purchases his first puppy and has his first sexual experience on the same day, a touching vignette by Pamela Painter of a woman reading to her dying husband, and a canny, acerbic glimpse of a new Olympic sport as invented by Ron Carlson: dining out with one's ex and pretending not to care.