Excerpts from his autobiography (Timebends), dealing with investigation by the Committee on Un-American Activities.
Interview on Morality
From the March-April issue of Humanities magazine with NEH chairman William R. Ferris.
The Man Who Had All the Luck
Matthew Murray's review of the May 1, 2002 production of the Miller play.
Michigan Quarterly Review
Excerpts from an interview with Miller from the November 16, 1973 archives. Click on "next" to advance to the next page.
An overview of The Man Who Had All the Luck by Lewis Nichols.
Studying All My Sons
Background and plot of the play along with character analysis.
Arthur Miller's comments on terrorism and the 9/11 attacks on New York City.
Covers Miller's fears about loss of freedoms following 9/11 attacks. From the BBC. (December 25, 2001)
"Are You Now or Were You Ever?"
Arthur Miller describes the paranoia that swept America--and the moment his then-wife Marilyn Monroe became a bargaining chip in his own prosecution. Published in The Guardian/Observer. (June 17, 2000)
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