by Arthur Miller
Powerful, passionate and frighteningly relevant, the drama of Arthur Miller deals in the hard currency of ‘social’ realism and tragedy.
All My Sons: In Joe and Kate Keller’s family garden, an apple tree – a memorial to their son Larry, lost in the Second World War – has been torn down by a storm. But his loss is not the only part of the family’s past they can’t put behind them.
A View From The Bridge: Tells the story of Eddie Carbone, who agrees to shelter his wife’s cousins who are seeking refuge in New York as illegal immigrants. Trouble begins when his wife’s niece is attracted to Eddie’s younger brother. There are 13 parts, ten of which are male and three female.
Used – Okay
Pocketbook, 158 pages, 114x183x12mm
1986 by Penguin (first published in 1947 and 1955)
Penguin Modern Classics
Fiction, Classics, Drama, Plays
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