Books by Arthur Miller

ECHOES DOWN THE CORRIDOR by Arthur Miller
ESSAYS & ANTHOLOGIES
Released: Oct. 9, 2000

"Miller comes across as an engaging and honest interlocutor, and many readers will surely enjoy his wit and intellect. Even if some of his opinions rub the wrong way, the logic behind his arguments and the sheer breadth of his knowledge will nevertheless be appreciated."
A volume of essays, 1994-99, by one of America's most prominent American playwrights—an engaged intellectual and public figure who has remained abreast of the major political, social, and cultural events for over half of the last century. Read full book review >
HOMELY GIRL, A LIFE by Arthur Miller
FICTION & LITERATURE
Released: Oct. 1, 1995

"It's an agreeable fiction, but a very slight addition to the Miller canon."
Three of the celebrated dramatist's short stories, collected in a small volume to be published on Miller's 80th birthday, together with a revised Viking Portable volume and other reissues. Read full book review >