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June 1, 2009


"In the end it is hard to see Miller as anything other than a second-string tragedian, a sentimentalist who mistook ideas for art and windiness for poetry. Small wonder, then, that the commercial theater, with its bottomless appetite for the obvious, welcomed him as a modern master--and that many of the sharpest critical minds of his own time begged to disagree..."

Posted June 1, 2009 9:06 AM

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