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The works of Arthur Miller
Arthur Miller
Many of Miller's plays, including The Crucible, are still regularly performed
Arthur Miller wrote more than 20 plays during his career, with the majority of them showing on Broadway.

Among his many awards were Tonys for All My Sons, Death of a Salesman and The Crucible. Death of a Salesman, featuring the iconic character Willy Loman, won Miller a Pulitzer Prize when he was just 33.

Here is a list of Miller's works:

  • Honors at Dawn - 1936

  • No Villain: They Too Arise - 1937

  • The Man Who Had All the Luck - 1944

  • All My Sons - 1947

  • Death of a Salesman - 1949

  • The Crucible - 1953

  • A View from the Bridge - 1955

  • A Memory of Two Mondays - 1955

  • After the Fall - 1964

  • Incident at Vichy - 1965

  • The Price - 1969

  • The Creation of the World and Other Business - 1972

  • Up From Paradise - 1974

  • The Archbishop's Ceiling - 1976

  • The American Clock - 1980

  • Elegy for a Lady and Some Kind of Love Story, produced together under title Two-Way Mirror - 1983

  • Playing for Time - 1986

  • The Golden Years - 1990

  • The Last Yankee - 1991

  • The Ride Down Mt Morgan - 1991

  • Broken Glass - 1994

  • Mr Peters' Connections - 1998

  • Resurrection Blues - 2002

  • Finishing the Picture - 2004



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