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Examining Three Plays by Arthur Miller

This 5 page paper discusses three plays by American playwright Arthur Miller. The three are Death of a Salesman, After the Fall an...

Setting in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller

In a paper consisting of five pages the set construction and design and how their details serve to emphasize the play's theme are ...

Arthur Miller's Plays and Women

In forty pages this paper examines how Miller does little with regards to female character development in such plays as Death of a...

Arthur Miller's Play The Crucible and the Film Interpretation

In five pages this paper contrasts and compares the 1950s' play with the 1990s' film version with McCarthyism among the topics of ...

All My Sons and Death of a Salesman

sons leads him to raise them as privileged beings that deserve having everything handed to them, simply by virtue of who they are....

Compare and Contrast Two Arthur Miller Plays

This 6 page paper discusses the Arthur Miller plays Death of a Salesman and A View from the Bridge. The writer argues that in both...

Overview of the Play The Crucible by Arthur Miller

have adopted something of a double standard. They have expected her to behave in the modest and subservient way which is usual for...

Death of a Salesman South Coast Repertory Theatre Performing Arts Review

In four pages this version of Arthur Miller's play is reviewed in terms of Willy Loman's character development and simplistic sett...

Tragic Hero Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

First, is that the play should be of serious magnitude, and have an impact on many, many people (McClelland, 2001). The second fac...

Adversity in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman

on the socioeconomic totem pole. He has faced personal and professional adversity much of his life. He feels inferior to his old...

John Proctor in "The Crucible": Moral Dilemma

strikingly beautiful girl, an orphan, with an endless capacity for dissembling" (Miller, 1959, p. 487). She is convinced that she ...

Miller’s Death of a Salesman/A Greek Tragedy

of the play supports the concept of Willy as someone who is "stuck" emotionally at an immature level. Conclusion : As this indica...

Willy Loman, Not a Tragic Hero

of Willys character shows him to be a highly flawed man, who makes innumerable mistakes and brings about his own tragic demise by ...

"Death of a Salesman" and Its Relevance to Today

them dream jobs. They are vivid, vibrant characters, though they are not especially likeable, and its easy to see that the life ha...

Performance Art and Autobiography

In five pages the aspects of autobiography as they manifest themselves in performance art are considered in a discussion of Holly ...

Questions on Death of a Salesman Answered

His fathers expectations of him are something that Biff knows he can never fulfill, therefore, he becomes critical of himself when...

Death of a Salesman's Willy Loman as a Poor Role Model for Biff and Happy

model to his boys of what a successful and well-respected man should be; however, the legacy he left as a father was a model of ho...

Salem Witch Trials and The Crucible by Arthur Miller

century. It is about a town, after accusations from a few girls, which begins a mad hunt for witches that did not exist" (Anonymo...

American Mass Hysteria's Exacerbation of Class Struggles

In five pages this paper examines how mass hysteria contributes to U.S. class struggles in a consideration of the Communist 'witch...

The View from a Bridge by Arthur Miller

In five pages this paper examines the tragedy of the protagonist's failure to face his own feelings as portrayed in Arthur Miller'...

Human Failing: Miller’s The Crucible

the whole town ultimately. Abigail is the main character and she is the one who instigates, or illuminates, the behaviors of all...

The Crucible and the Issue of Pride in the Play

to death. Proctor, who places his pride above his life, chooses to die rather than comprise his principles so Abigail, though she ...

John Proctor, a Tragic Hero

complete madness, until at last Elizabeth Proctor, who is completely innocent, is charged with being a witch (Miller, 1952). Not s...

Relationship Between Biff and His Father Willy in Death of a Salesman

own social responsibility. In a way, this sense of responsibility rubbed off on Biff to the extent that he attempted to gain his ...

Senator Joseph McCarthy's Trials and The Crucible by Arthur Miller

society around the McCarthy trials. It should be understood that the information presented only reflects some of the possibilities...

Comparative Analysis of Arthur Miller's Characters Willy Loman and John Proctor

This paper consists of 5 pages and contrasts and compares the protagonists John Proctor and Willy Loman as featured in Arthur Mill...

Arthur Miller's Tragedy Death of a Salesman

dramatic action by the end of the play (cathartic release), and falls into two parts comprising a complication and a d?nouement(El...

Death of a Salesman and the Definition of Tragedy

by some serious flaw of character and/or judgment," with the ultimate goal being to inspire either pity or fear in the audience (K...

Miller, Williams, Fantasy and Wishful Thinking

This essay pertains to Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" and Tennessee Williams' "The Glass Menagerie" and how each play hand...

John Proctor in The Crucible: A Moral Dilemma

as a witch. As the play progresses, suspicion grows on all sides, until the only way to stop the madness is for John to tell the ...