Throughout his career as one of the foremost playwrights of the twentieth century, Arthur Miller wrote a remarkable series of highly regarded short stories, pieces that reveal the same profound insight, humanism, and empathy that are the hallmarks of his great dramatic works. Presence is a posthumous gathering of Millers last published fiction, a group of stories that appeared in The New Yorker, Harpers, Esquire, and elsewhere.
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"Miller's late work showcases inimitable writing and precipitous depths of longing." - PW.
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Miller (19152005), renowned for plays such as Death of a Salesman and The Crucible, also published four works of fiction. This collection brings together six pieces that appeared in magazines towards the end of his life.
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