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The Man Who Had All the Luck Audio Download – Original recording

4.7 out of 5 stars 15 customer reviews

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  • Listening Length: 2 hours and 8 minutes
  • Program Type: Audiobook
  • Version: Original recording
  • Publisher: L.A. Theatre Works
  • Audible.co.uk Release Date: 7 May 2008
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B002SQ3O7U
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For my money, Arthur Miller is the master of 20th century writers in the English language, and these are some of his finest works, in one collection. Even if you don't particularly care for drama, they actually read quite well as short stories, just with a different layout. Unsurpassed artistry.
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this is brilliant, and a must for all arthur miller fans! it includes all of his major and well-known plays, which are all fantastic. the book is lovely too, with a beautiful picture and cover. i am very happy with it!
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What can I say? Arthur Miller is a must read for anyone who wants to understand how a playwright constructs a play. Death of a Salesman is probably the most accssesible play here-but the Crucible is a good read too.
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This set contains all Miller's truly great plays. Opinions vary but, apart from A Memory of Two Mondays (which is still interesting), every play in this set is a major masterpiece. Death of a Salesman is regarded by many as the greatest American play ever but the other 3 full-length plays aren't so very far behind. There is also an excellent 50+ page introduction by Miller himself. This was the collection that made me fall in love with Miller's writing.
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Out of all the plays which are in this book, A View from the Bridge has to be my favourite. Miller writes about family conflict, betrayal and love. Each time I read the play my views of Eddie change, is he an over protective family man or is he a man obsessed with power? Alfieri, the lawyer acts as a dramatic device, and in a way like a Greek chorus, giving the audience clues to what is going to happen. As we read we can see the tragedy unfold before us and we know that Catherine will fall in love with Rodolpho and that it will not end happily. Much like All my Sons and Death of a Salesman we do not read Miller's plays for a happy ending but to know what is going to happen and how. This book really is a must for all Miller fans.
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Only read The Crucible so far, after seeing it on stage at the Old Vic. Excellent.
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Wonderful. And better for the introduction by Miller himself.
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A must for any drama student
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