Bibliography (Masterplots, Fourth Edition)
Brater, Enoch, ed. Arthur Miller’s America: Theater and Culture in a Time of Change. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 2005. Contains a valuable section on A View from the Bridge and its place within the culture of its development.
Epstein, Arthur D. “A Look at A View from the Bridge.” In Critical Essays on Arthur Miller, edited by James J. Martine. Boston: G. K. Hall, 1979. Provides valuable insight into the play, with emphasis on characterization.
Miller, Arthur. Arthur Miller: Eight Plays. Garden City, N.Y.: Nelson Doubleday, 1981. This collection contains, among seven other works, A View from the Bridge, as well as a valuable introduction by the author that addresses many aspects of his dramaturgy.
_______. Echoes Down the Corridor. New York: Viking Press, 2000. In his second autobiography, Miller offers insights into his thinking as he approached the writing of such dramas as A View from the Bridge.
_______. The Theater Essays of Arthur Miller. Edited by Robert A. Martin. New York: Viking Press, 1978. This collection contains many of Miller’s writings on the theater in general, most notably “On Social Plays,” an essay that clearly identifies the author’s commitment to works of social importance.
Otten, Terry. The Temptation of Innocence in the...
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