Oh, the dreaded Monday is upon us, but we will wander forth in search of a better tomorrow, or something like that. To assist in your survival until tomorrow shows up, here’s some Arthur Miller.
Speaking in terms of literary history, Arthur Miller holds no significance on September 28th. I had an open spot and decided to fill it with one of the greatest playwrights that has ever blessed us with his presence. Also, we will be celebrating Miller again in October, and I already have an over-abundance of hyperlink choices, so it’s helpful to spread them out a bit. Shall we? Yes, we shall.
For an extended biography on Miller from the National Endowment of the Humanities, as well as a list of his awards and honors: “Arthur Miller Biography.”
For today’s curation, I don’t have any feature articles, but I do have two interviews:
From The New Yorker, “Walking with Arthur Miller,”
and from The Paris Review, “Arthur Miller, The Art of Theater No. 2.”
Remember: Monday’s never more than 23 hours and 59 minutes from being over ;).