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The play is about the effect that war has on a family Any family who has lived through a war can relate But it is also a reminder of the extra toll it takes when people sacrifice their ethics for money and reputation.
Arthur Miller is an amazing playwrite I love the way the plot unfolds with little hints until the final reveal It s hard enough to do that in a 400 page novel But I d still rather read a novel Why Because I love the detail In a play, you have to either see it to get the details, or imagine them But if you have to read a play, pick Arthur Miller He s a genius.
I bought and read this book because my grandson had to read it in school as part of a unit of 3 books supposed to examine The American Dream This was the only book that came close to the topic in my opinion The real subject of the book is integrity and it does a good job of examining that The father, with a business in manufacturing, allowed faulty parts to be supplied to the armed services and passed the blame to his business partner Questions arise later in their children s lives and they must decide which they value , wealth or truth It s a good read.
This review is for the audiobook with Julie Harris and James Farentino This is an excellent, but intense and painful play written by Arthur Miller The story has to do with misconduct within a business with tragic consequences The performance is excellent I hate to think about what it would be like to have anything to do with any part of a situation like this I loved the play and the performance, but it is not fun Thank You This realist play is just awesome The main characters are so deep and their relationships so compelling that it is almost impossible not to relate with some of them It s a very good portrait of a family with big personal guilts and social complicity that emerges from love and fear.
The detailed introduction by Christopher Bisgsby deserves a special mention because of its psicological analysis of the main characters and elements of the play.
If you haven t read this play, it s a must for Arthur Miller fans The first half will have you laughing from beginning, almost to the end the last half will have you in tears If not, then the performers didn t do their jobs I saw this in Ringgold, GA and I don t believe I could have found a professional performance that was any better Kudos, to the cast and director in Ringgold