Legendary Playwright Arthur Miller Dies

The great American playwright Arthur Miller has died at age 89. His best-known works were Death of Salesman, for which he won the Pulitzer Prize in 1949; and The Crucible, which was produced in 1953. Both works are infused with Miller's concerns about moral values, politics and family.

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