Acknowledgments

“The Question of Relatedness” (originally entitled “Introduction”) by Arthur Miller from Arthur Miller’s Collected Plays by Arthur Miller. Reprinted by permission of International Creative Management, Inc. © 1957 by Arthur Miller.

“Thesis and Drama” (originally entitled “Arthur Miller: 1947”) by Harold Clurman from Lies Like Truth: Theatre Reviews and Essays by Harold Clurman, © 1947, 1958, and renewed 1975 by Harold Clurman; © renewed 1986 by Juleen Compton. Reprinted by permission of Macmillan Publishing Company.

“Joe Keller and His Sons” by Samuel A. Yorks from Western Humanities Review 13, no. 4 (Autumn 1959), © 1959 by the University of Utah. Reprinted by permission.

“The Living and the Dead in All My Sons” by Arvin R. Wells from Modem Drama 7, no. 1 (May 1964), © 1964 by the University of Toronto, Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama. Reprinted by permission of Modern Drama.

“Miller, Ibsen, and Organic Drama” (originally entitled “All My Sons”) by Sheila Huftel from Arthur Miller: The Burning Glass by Sheila Huftel, © 1965 by Sheila Huftel. Reprinted by permission of Lyle Stuart, Inc.

“The Failure of Social Vision” (originally entitled “All My Sons”) by Edward Murray from Arthur Miller, Dramatist by Edward Murray, © 1967 by Frederick Ungar Publishing Co., Inc. Reprinted by permission of Crossroad/Ungar/ Continuum.

All My Sons and the Larger Context” by Barry Gross from Modern Drama 18, no. 1 (March 1975), © 1975 by the University of Toronto, Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama. Reprinted by permission of Modern Drama.

“The Action and Its Significance: Miller’s Struggle with Dramatic Form” (originally entitled “The Action and Its Significance: Arthur Miller’s Struggle with Dramatic Form”) by Orm Överland from Modern Drama 18, no. 1 (March 1975), © 1975 by the University of Toronto, Graduate Centre for the Study of Drama. Reprinted by permission of Modern Drama.

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  • Title Page i
  • Modern Critical Interpretations iv
  • Contents v
  • Introduction 1
  • The Question of Relatedness 5
  • Thesis and Drama 15
  • Joe Keller and His Sons 19
  • The Living and the Dead in All My Sons 27
  • Miller, Ibsen, and Organic Drama 33
  • The Failure of Social Vision 47
  • All My Sons and the Larger Context 63
  • "The Action and Its Significance- Miller’s Struggle with Dramatic Form 77
  • Two Early Plays 91
  • All My Sons 101
  • Realism and Idealism 107
  • The Dramatic Strategy of All My Sons 113
  • Bad Faith and All My Sons 123
  • Chronology 135
  • Contributors 137
  • Bibliography 139
  • Acknowledgments 141
  • Index 143
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