A rich collection of primary documents and commentary that illuminate the cultural context of the play.
A collection of social, cultural, and historical documents and popular materials relating to Arthur Miller's groundbreaking and now classic 1949 play. They highlight the inherent conflicts in US society that lie at the heart of the play, and explore how the play affects and is affected by social mores and beliefs. The essays, articles, and fiction explore the social expectations of a typical American family during the period. Annotation c. by Book News, Inc., Portland, Or.