Death of a Playwright

Arthur Miller, the brilliant playwright of Death of a Salesman and The Crucible, among others, has died.
Playwright Edward Albee said Miller had paid him a compliment, saying "that my plays were `necessary.' I will go one step further and say that Arthur's plays are `essential.'"
You can’t really argue with that.

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