Playwright Arthur Miller died yesterday at the age of 89. He was best known, perhaps, for Death of a Salesman, an examination of the death of the American Dream, in my opinion similiar to The Great Gatsby. His most often produced play is The Crucible. I have taught that play several times. Students usually really like it. He’s made some valuable contributions to American drama.
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My students simply love "The Crucible." Now they wouldn't admit that fact , but once we begin to read, they get into the story.
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