A collection of essays on the playwright's work by such critics as Herbert Blau and Robert Warshow offers an analysis of Miller's achievementsThe big difference, I think, is that The Crucible sought to include a higher degree of consciousness than the earlier plays. ... It was that Abigail Williams, the prime mover of the Salem hysteria, so far as the hysterical children were concerned, anbsp;...
|Title||:||Arthur Miller; a collection of critical essays|
|Author||:||Robert Willoughby Corrigan|
|Publisher||:||Prentice Hall Direct - 1969|