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ISBN:0749395516
Author: Arthur Miller
ISBN13: 978-0749395513
Title: I Don't Need You Any More
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Language: English
Category: Humanities
Publisher: Methuen Publishing Ltd (October 16, 1995)
Pages: 256

I Don't Need You Any More by Arthur Miller



The Penguin Arthur Miller: Collected Plays. Fitter’s Night and Foreword: About Distances first published in this volume.

I Don’t Need You Any More (stories). Homely Girl, A Life (a novella and stories). Arthur Miller’s Collected Plays, Volumes I and II. The Portable Arthur Miller. WHEN ARTHUR MILLER began writing All My Sons in 1945, he was thirty years old. The author of a number of radio plays and the screenplay for a film-The Story of GI Joe-he was nonetheless finding theater a more difficult proposition. After a successful college career, he had written a play for the Federal Theater, only to see that organization closed down by Congress. His only professionally produced work, The Man Who Had All the Luck (1944), had failed after a matter of days.

I Don't Need You Any More by. Arthur Miller.

Keller: I don't know, I don't read the news part anymore. Probably a book collector. Keller: You mean he'll make a living out of that? Frank: Sure, there's a lot of them. Mother looks at him critically} Don't look at me like that, he didn't tell me any more than he told you. Mother: {a warning and a question} He's not going to marry her. Keller: How do you know he's even thinking about it?

There is an aggressiveness in playwriting," Arthur Miller complained in a foreword to I Don't Need You Any More, his first short-story collection, in 1967. If there is a friendly and familiar form of art it is the story. Although drama remained his favoured medium, Miller was drawn at several points in his long career to work in prose. As well as the stories collected here, he published three volumes of essays, a novel, Focus and a dazzling work of autobiography, Timebends. The text of The Crucible reads not unlike a novel (albeit a fragmented, highly idiosyncratic. Homely Girl, A Life (novella and stories). Arthur Miller: Collected Plays. On Politics and the Art of Acting.

Miller, Arthur (1915- ), American dramatist, whose works are concerned with the responsibility of each individual to other members of society. Simply and colloquially written, Miller's plays spring from his social conscience and from his compassion for those who are vulnerable to the false values imposed on them by society. Born in New York City, Miller was the son of a coat manufacturer who suffered financial ruin in the Great Depression of the 1930s. In 1938, while a student at the University of Michigan, Miller won awards for his comedy The Grass Still Grows

I Don’t Need You Any More, a collection of his short stories, appeared in 1967 and a collection of theatre essays in 1977. His autobiography, Timebends, was published in 1987. In 2001 Miller received the Japan Art Association’s Praemium Imperiale prize for theatre/film.

A collection of nine stories covering a wide range of themes and styles. They include "The Misfits", which was made into a film starring Marilyn Monroe and Clark Gable.