Arthur Miller Essay | The Life and Times of Arthur Miller

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The Life and Times of Arthur Miller

Summary: A biography of playwrite Arthur Miller, focusing on his works and his life.
"Where choice begins, Paradise ends, innocence ends, for what is Paradise but the absence of any need to choose this action""(Brainyquote). Arthur Miller, novelist, playwright, and non-fiction writer, was born October 17, 1915 in New York City, New York to Isadore Miller and Augusta Barnett Miller. Arthur Miller had one brother, Kermit Miller, and one sister, Joan Miller, also known as Joan Copeland (an actress). This plain, Jewish family soon began to suffer financial loss, resulting in a move from New York City to Brooklyn. (Shuman, 1014). As Miller began to grow older he proved to be quite a "joker," that is he did not like school very much and often found "other activities" to pre-occupy his time. (Shuman, 1014). Such "slacking-off" provided near fatal consequences, such as being rejected by the University of Michigan, and had to work for his father for a year.(Shuman...

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