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Echoes down the corridor Arthur Miller Essays

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Echoes down the corridor- Arthur Miller
This volume brings together 50 essays by one of the most influential, literary, cultural and intellectual voices of the post-war period. Arranged chronologically, the writings provide a whirlwind tour of modern history: the Nuremberg trials, the Vietnam War, Watergate, the Balkan conflict and President Clinton's infamous liaison with Monica Lewinsky. Drawing on his own personal experience, Miller has written passionate discourses on censorship and the death penalty, as well as a Swiftian satire of the McCarthy Witch-Hunt trials. The book also provides an account of Miller's meeting with Nelson Mandela and an assessment of the lasting impact of the Depression on America.
Here is Arthur Miller in a meditative mood, evoking the subtle pleasures of gardening, or remembering the Brooklyn full of characters and practical jokers where he grew up.
This copy is in excellent condition.The inner pages have some fading.

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Condition:
Fine
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0413756904
ISBN-13:
9780413756909
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Methuen

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Echoes down the corridor- Arthur Miller
This volume brings together 50 essays by one of the most influential, literary, cultural and intellectual voices of the post-war period. Arranged chronologically, the writings provide a whirlwind tour of modern history: the Nuremberg trials, the Vietnam War, Watergate, the Balkan conflict and President Clinton's infamous liaison with Monica Lewinsky. Drawing on his own personal experience, Miller has written passionate discourses on censorship and the death penalty, as well as a Swiftian satire of the McCarthy Witch-Hunt trials. The book also provides an account of Miller's meeting with Nelson Mandela and an assessment of the lasting impact of the Depression on America.
Here is Arthur Miller in a meditative mood, evoking the subtle pleasures of gardening, or remembering the Brooklyn full of characters and practical jokers where he grew up.
This copy is in excellent condition.The inner pages have some fading.

Condition:
Fine
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0413756904
ISBN-13:
9780413756909
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Methuen

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