The American Clock - Arthur Miller

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The American Clock - Arthur Miller

Plays - ISBN: 0822200279, 0670117285

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This play is from the a prominent figure in American theatre and cinema for over 61 years, writing a wide variety of dramas, including celebrated plays such as The Crucible, All My Sons, and Death of a Salesman, which are studied and performed worldwide "THE ARTHUR MILLER".
Because of the effects of the Great Depression on his family,due to his fathers bussiness loss he worked in a number of menial jobs to pay for his tuition. He continued working in Ann Arbor to supplement his income.Finally he secured a place at the University of Michigan,he married his college sweetheart, Mary Slattery, On August 5, 1940.Gives u an experience by which u tend read once again this..
The play is about 1930s America during The Great Depression. It is based in part on Studs Terkel's Hard Times. It is a work of the 1970s, and made its world premier at the Mark Taper Forum in Los Angeles in 1984.

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Plays - ISBN: 0822200279, 0670117285

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Type: Plays

Title: The American Clock

Author: Arthur Miller

Original Release Year: 1980

ISBN: 0670117285; 0822200279

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