Teatro reunido by Arthur Miller
By Arthur Miller
Con motivo del centenario del nacimiento de Arthur Miller, reunimos en un volumen las cinco piezas teatrales más importantes del dramaturgo: Todos eran mis hijos (1947), Muerte de un viajante (1949), Las brujas de Salem (1952), landscape desde el puente (1955) y Después de los angeles caída (1964). En las obras que integran este volumen, Miller abordó las conflictivas relaciones entre padres e hijos, y entre maridos y mujeres, así como l. a. necesidad de vivir según unos principios morales y de asumir los angeles responsabilidad social e person que a cada hombre le toca, y en todas ellas supo reflejar las frustraciones de l. a. sociedad contemporánea.
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42 Playlets carve out an economic and intellectual position for themselves by mimicking other printed genres, especially news, in such a way as to 'be' both these things and a dialogue or playlet even, possibly, performed either in a private house or in the street. Thus the playlets (like other pamphlets but with the added dimension of dialogue and mimicry and therefore with a greater yield of pleasure to the reader) come into a new relation to the state, participating in creating the sphere of 'civil society' precisely separated from the state.
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