Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

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Acknowledgments

"Death of a Salesman: Tragic Myth in the Modern Theater" by Esther Merle Jackson from CLA Journal 7, no. 1 ( September 1963), © 1963 by the College Language Association.Reprinted by permission.

"Memory and Dramatic Form in Death of a Salesman"(originally entitled "Memory: Miller") by Peter Szondi from Theory of the Modern Drama by Peter Szondi, English translation © 1987 by the University of Minnesota.Reprinted by permission of the University of Minnesota Press.

"Point of View in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman" by Brian Parker from The University of Toronto Quarterly 35, no. 2 ( January 1966), © 1966 by the University of Toronto Press.Reprinted without notes by permission of the author and the University of Toronto Press, publisher.

"The Articulate Victims of Arthur Miller"(originally entitled "Arthur Miller") by Ruby Cohn from Dialogue in American Drama by Ruby Cohn, © 1971 by Indiana University Press.Reprinted by permission.

"Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman and the American Dream" by William Heyen from American Drama and Theater in the 20th Century (Amerikanisches Drama und Theater im 20. Jahrhundert), edited by Alfred Weber and Siefreid Neuweiler, © 1975 by Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen.Reprinted by permission of Vandenhoeck & Ruprecht, Göttingen.

"The Salesman on the Stage: A Study in the Social Influence of Drama" by Christopher Innes from English Studies in Canada 3, no. 3 ( Fall 1977), © 1977 by the Association of Canadian University Teachers of English.Reprinted by permission of the author and the publisher.

"Death of a Salesman as Psychomachia" by D. L. Hoeveler from Journal of American Culture 1, no. 3 ( Fall 1978), © 1978 by Ray B. Browne.Reprinted by permission.

"Willy Loman and The Soul of a New Machine: Technology and the Common Man" by Richard T. Brucher from Journal of American Studies 13, no. 3 ( December 1983), © 1983 by Cambridge University Press.Reprinted by permission of Cambridge University Press.

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