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Miller: Arthur Asher
|Born: 17 October, 1915, Harlem, New York|
|Died: 10 February 2005, Roxbury, Connecticut, United States|
“Miller based his works on American history, his own life, and his observations of the American scene. Though uniquely American, they simultaneously were universal stories about an individual’s strugg;e with his society, his family, and especially, himself. Miller’s characters suffer from anxiety, depression, and guilt, and it was the genius of Miller to portray their pain and sorrow realistically, creating works that were familiar, yet uncanny in their power to move an audience. Miller’s stature is based on his refusal to avoid moral and social issues in his writing, even when the personal cost was terrible.”
IMDb Mini Biography By: Jon C. Hopwood
Miller’s daughter, Rebecca, married Daniel Day-Lewis who starred in the 1996 film version of The Crucible
“Maybe all one can do is hope to end up with the right regrets”.
“Betrayal is the only truth that sticks”.
- The Crucible
- Death of a Salesman
- All my Sons
- No Villain
- A View from a Bridge