Compose a 1250 words essay on 4. Arthur Miller and his life. What are parallels between Millers life and experiences and The Crucible What characters might have been inspired by his life What are aspects of his writing style and subjects. Needs to be plagiarism free!
tragedy started when the main antagonist Abigail created a scene of revenge to Proctor’s wife for sending her out of their house when the wife discovered her indecent relationship with her husband. Elizabeth Proctor, the wife of John, was accused by Abigail as a witch along with other innocent characters who were accused by the group of Abigail. The court along with the ruling priest bended to Abigail’s stories and manipulated the unjust accusation and killings of a number of people without further investigating the case. The book The Crucible by Arthur Miller is not just a story that significantly reprises political tragedies in the 1950’s but a reminder as well of the earnest social pressure that corrupts the individuality of man.
A short biography of Arthur Miller by Rachel Galvin revealed that the famous American playwright was born in October 17, 1915 in New York City. His family was Jewish immigrants from Hungary and built their lives in New York City with a clothing company owned by his father. The great depression though brought closure to the family business and prompted them to move to Brooklyn where Miller studied until high school. Poverty made Miller engaged in various jobs such as truck driver, clerk, and as a radio singer to support his education at the University of Michigan.
According to Galvin, Miller started writing plays during his college years and landed his first job in the Federal Theater Project. His famous plays include All my Sons that garnered New York Drama Critics’ Circle Award, Death of a Salesman in 1949 that won Pulitzer Prize and Tony Award and, The Crucible that won Tony Award in 1953. Amidst critics both from the politics and his colleagues, Miller proved his exceptional writing talent by receiving various awards in his lifetime that includes the John F. Kennedy Lifetime Achievement Award, the Dorothy and Lillian Gish award, an Olivier award, and the Gold Medal for Drama by the U.S. National Institutes of Arts and