Death of a Playwright

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    Nice post onedomino. The Crucible was excellent, as was Death of a Salesman. Thanks for the reminder.
     
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    He was an American great in a rare art form. I heard a friend of Miller's interviewed on the radio yesterday. He said that Miller has a wonderful family and that he was still writing until a couple of months before his death.
     
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    I saw something about his writing still in one of the obits. I think the quote was something to the effect, 'It's what I do, who I am.'
     

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