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SparkNotes LLC presents a study guide to "Death of a Salesman," a play written by the American playwright Arthur Miller (1915- ). The play was originally published in 1953. SparkNotes LLC provides a biographical sketch of Miller and information about the historical context of the play. Character analyses, an overview of the plot, a list of study questions, quizzes, and critical interpretations of the play are  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Drama
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
OCLC Number: 60523324

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SparkNotes LLC presents a study guide to "Death of a Salesman," a play written by the American playwright Arthur Miller (1915- ). The play was originally published in 1953. SparkNotes LLC provides a biographical sketch of Miller and information about the historical context of the play. Character analyses, an overview of the plot, a list of study questions, quizzes, and critical interpretations of the play are available. Users need a password to access certain sections of the study guide. Selena Ward, Brendan Greaves prepared the study guide.

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