How, through dialogue and other dramatic effects, Miller has constructed a credible representation of human conflict.
"In all my plays and books I try to take setting and dramatic situations from life which involve real questions of right and wrong. Then I set out, rather implacably and in the most realistic situations I can find, the moral dilemma and try to point out a real, though hard, path out. I don't see how you can write anything decent without using the question of right and wrong as the basis."
Arthur Miller, 1948, press conference after the premiere of All My Sons.
Knowing where the blurred line between right and wrong is drawn is the basis for conflict in many of Arthur Miller's plays. Mil…
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