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Adam, Julie. Versions of Heroism in Modern American Drama: Redefinitions by Miller, Williams, O'Neill and Anderson, St. Martin's Press, 1991.

Examining and comparing the protagonists of major American playwrights who attempted to write tragedy, Adam finds that their heroism can fit into distinct categories: idealism, martyrdom, self-reflection, and survival.

Gross, Barry. "All My Sons and the Larger Context," Modern Drama, Vol. 18, 1975, pp. 15-27.

Gross examines Joe Keller and his son Chris in light of Miller's aim to create a play functioning as "legislation," exhibiting a strong social purpose, and examines the generation gap between the father and son.

Hayman, Ronald. Arthur Miller, Frederick Ungar Publishing, 1972.

In this brief monograph, Hayman offers a good critical introduction to Miller's earliest plays. Hayman, concludes that Miller's principal concern is with cause and effect.

Hogan, Robert. Arthur Miller, University of Minnesota Press, 1964.

A brief work in the pamphlet series on American writers, Hogan's...

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