Arthur Miller (1915–2005) is manifestly the most eminent Jewish playwright who ever lived (unless you believe the rumor that Shakespeare was a Marrano), but in what sense is he a Jewish playwright? Allen Guttmann, in what is generally an admirable book about Jewish American writers, places Miller with Nathanael West ...
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The Arthur Miller Career Center, located in Katy, TX, is a publicly funded school district that educates children in Harris County. Public Schools offer K-12 education at elementary schools, middle schools, and high schools located in Harris County.
Original oil on canvas painting of Joe DiMaggio, by noted sports artist Arthur Miller. This fine-art painting is the actual artwork that was used for the production of DiMaggio's card (#108) in the Upper Deck Masterpieces Baseball set.
The famous American writer Arthur Miller once said that in the 30s the word Spain was an explosion. Arthur Miller, der berühmte amerikanische Schriftsteller, hat einmal gesagt: In den dreißiger Jahren war das Wort Spanien eine Explosion.
Biography Early life. Arthur Asher Miller was born on October 17, 1915, in Harlem, in the New York City borough of Manhattan, the second of three children of Augusta (Barnett) and Isidore Miller.Miller was Jewish. His father was born in Radomyśl Wielki, Galicia (then part of Austria-Hungary), and his mother was a native of New York whose parents also arrived from that town.
Arthur Miller, who has been deeply influenced by Ibsen, clearly agrees with the great Norwegian's implied position, that the social status of the protagonist is irrelevant to the tragic effect, and emphasizes rather the importance of 'the self-conceived role'. (125)
Biography Early life. Arthur Asher Miller was born on October 17, 1915, in Harlem, New York City, the second of three children of Isidore and Augusta Miller, Polish-Jewish immigrants.  His father, a mostly illiterate but moderately wealthy businessman, owned a women's clothing store employing 400 people.