Course Description

Although he often called himself "Mr. Marilyn Monroe," Arthur Miller remains as one of America's preeminent playwrights. We will discuss and view three of his finest works: "Death of a Salesman," "All My Sons," and "The Crucible" and come to know three of the most enduring characters in dramatic literature: Willy Loman, Joe Keller and John Proctor. Moreover, we will discuss how Miller was attempting to awaken the social and political responsibilities of a nation. Registrants are expected to have read "All My Sons" prior to the first class.

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