|Book's title:||Twentieth century interpretations of The crucible; a collection of critical essays.|
|Library of Congress Control Number:||72004734 //r902|
|International Standard Book Number (ISBN):||0131948601 0131948520 (pbk), $1.45 ($1.65 Can.)|
|Cataloging Source:||DLC, DLC OCL m.c.|
|Geographic Area Code:||n-us-ma|
|Library of Congress Call Number:||PS3525.I5156 C734|
|Dewey Decimal Classification Number:||812/.5/2|
|Personal Name:||Ferres, John H.|
|Publication, Distribution, etc.:||Englewood Cliffs, N.J.,. Prentice-Hall (c)|
|Physical Description:||vi, 122 p., 21 cm.|
|Title:||Twentieth century interpretations.|
|General Note:||"A Spectrum book, S-884"|
|Formatted Contents Note:||Introduction, by J. H. Ferres.|
Witchcraft and the Puritans, by G. L. Kittredge.
The meaning of McCarthyism, by E. Latham.
Miller's The crucible as event and play, by J. Gassner.
Hysteria and ideology in The crucible, by R. Hayes.
A problem playwright, by W. Kerr.
A "social play", by L. Moss.
Dramatic technique in The crucible, by E. Murray.
The Devil in Salem, by D. Welland.
No play is deeper than its witches, by H. Blau.
Setting, language, and the force of evil in The crucible, by P. Curtis.
Historical analogy and The crucible, by H. Popkin.
The crucible: a structural view, by P. G. Hill.
Jean-Paul Sartre's Les sorcie?res de Salem, by E. Mottram.
Action and theme in The crucible, by R. Hogan.
Arthur Miller and the idea of modern tragedy, by M. W. Steinberg.
Which witch is which? By J. W. Douglass.
Subjectivism and self-awareness, by S. Huftel.
The silence of Arthur Miller, by A. Ganz.
A private meeting of John and Abigail, by A. Miller.
Selected bibliography (p. 121-122)
|Personal Name:||Miller, Arthur, 1915-2005. Crucible.|
|Geographic Name:||Salem (Mass.) History Colonial period, ca. 1600-1775.|
Witchcraft in literature