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Echoes down the corridor : collected essays, 1944-2000

Author: Arthur Miller; Steve Centola
Publisher: New York : Viking, ©2000.
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Genre/Form: Essays
Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005.
Echoes down the corridor.
New York : Viking, c2000
(OCoLC)606438236
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Miller; Steve Centola
ISBN: 0670893145 9780670893140
OCLC Number: 44619395
Notes: Includes index.
Description: xviii, 332 p. ; 25 cm.
Contents: A boy grew in Brooklyn --
University of Michigan --
Belief in America (from Situation normal) --
A modest proposal for the pacification of the public temper --
Concerning the boom --
The bored and the violent --
The Nazi trials and the German heart --
Guilt and Incident at Vichy --
The battle of Chicago : from the delegate's side --
Kidnapped? --
The Opera House in Tashkent (from In Russia) --
Making crowds --
Miracles --
What's wrong with this picture? --
The limited hang-out: the dialogues of Richard Nixon as a drama of the antihero --
Rain in a strange city --
On true identity --
A genuine countryman (from In the country) --
The sin of power --
The pure in heart need no lawyers (from Chinese encounters) --
After the spring --
Suspended in time --
The night Ed Murrow struck back --
Excerpt from Salesman in Beijing --
Tennessee Williams' legacy: an eloquence and amplitude of feeling --
The face in the mirror: anti-semitism then and now --
Thoughts on a burned house --
Dinner with the ambassador --
Ibsen's warning --
Uneasy about the Germans: after the wall --
The measure of the man --
Get it right: privatize executions --
Lost horizon --
The good old American apple pie --
The parable of the stripper --
Let's privatize Congress --
On Mark Twain's Chapters from My Autobiography --
Clinton in Salem --
Salesman at fifty --
The Crucible in history --
The price-the power of the past --
Notes on realism --
Subsidized theatre.
Responsibility: Arthur Miller ; edited by Steven R. Centola.

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