A Language Study of Arthur Miller's Plays: The Poetic in the Colloquial (Studies in American Literature v.53)
By: Stephen A. Marino (author)Hardback
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This text addresses the phenomenon of leadership and its exercise in the context of American higher education in general and in that of the independent, non-sectarian liberal arts college in particular.
Foreword i Preface iii Acknowledgments vii Introduction 1 1 Religious Language in All My Sons 13 2 Death of a Salesman: Unlocking the Rhetoric of Poetic Power 29 3 Poetry and Politics in The Crucible 55 4 Verse, Figurative Language, and Myth in A View From the Bridge 81 5 Metaphors of Survival: Incident at Vichy and The Archbishop's Ceiling 107 6 Images of the 90s: The Ride Down Mt. Morgan and Broken Glass 135 Notes 157 Works Cited 159 Index 169
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