Arthur Miller's Death of a salesman / edited and with an introduction by Harold Bloom.
Contributor(s): Bloom, HaroldMaterial type: TextLanguage: English Series: Bloom's modern critical interpretationsPublisher: New York; New Delhi : Chelsea House Publishers; Viva Books, c2007Edition: Updated edDescription: vii, 169 p. ; 25 cmISBN: 0791093026; 9780791093023; 8130906740Other title: Death of a salesmanDDC classification: 822 LOC classification: PS3525.I5156 | D433 2007Online resources: WorldCat details | Ebook Fulltext
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Includes bibliographical references (p. 157-159) and index.
Table of contents Memory : Miller / Peter Szondi -- Rhythm between fathers and sons : Death of a salesman / Leah Hadomi -- Family values in Death of a salesman / Steven R. Centola -- The crisis of authenticity : Death of a salesman and the tragic muse / Stephen Barker -- Arthur Miller : poet / Christopher Bigsby -- Death of a salesman at fifty : an interview with Arthur Miller / Colby H. Kullman -- Miller's poetic use of demotic English in Death of a salesman / Frank Ardolino -- Death of a salesman at fifty : still "coming home to roost" / Terry Otten -- Shame, guilt, empathy, and the search for identity in Arthur Miller's Death of a salesman / Fred Ribkoff -- Setting the scene : Death of a salesman and After the fall / Austin E. Quigley.
A critical overview of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play features the writings of Christopher Bigsby, Frank Ardolino, Terry Otten, and other scholars.