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[The crucible : drama in two acts

Author: Arthur Miller; Bert McCord
Publisher: [1953]
Edition/Format:   Book : Drama : Manuscript   Archival Material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Leaves are numbered to indicate [act]-[scene]-[page number]. Typescript includes crossed out revisions to Act II, Scene 2, and two unnumbered pages of additional dialogue inserted between 2-2-34 and 2-2-35. "McNeil" is pencilled at the top of the first inserted page, a possible reference to actress Claudia McNeil who replaced the original Tituba, Jacqueline Andre, during the play's run at the Martin Beck Theatre in
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Genre/Form: Scripts (documents)
Drama
Named Person: Claudia McNeil
Material Type: Manuscript
Document Type: Book, Archival Material
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Miller; Bert McCord
OCLC Number: 183260843
Notes: Mimeographed copy of typescript.
Title page lacking.
Bound in tan paper covers with brass fasteners. Label pasted in upper left corner: Anne Myerson, Manuscript Typing & Mimeographing Service ... New York 17, N.Y.
Description: [1], 61 l. : [1], 34, [2], 54 l. ; 29 x 23 cm.
Responsibility: by Arthur Miller]

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Leaves are numbered to indicate [act]-[scene]-[page number]. Typescript includes crossed out revisions to Act II, Scene 2, and two unnumbered pages of additional dialogue inserted between 2-2-34 and 2-2-35. "McNeil" is pencilled at the top of the first inserted page, a possible reference to actress Claudia McNeil who replaced the original Tituba, Jacqueline Andre, during the play's run at the Martin Beck Theatre in 1953.

Drama about the Puritan witch trials in late 17th-century Salem (Mass.) that acts as an allegory for the Communist "witch hunts" of the 1950s in the United States.

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