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re: And forever remembered for being proud of silencing women by slapping them
Posted by: larry13 01:58 pm EDT 10/31/20
In reply to: re: And forever remembered for being proud of silencing women by slapping them - shocktheatre 01:11 pm EDT 10/31/20

You remind me of my reaction to Arthur Miller after learning of the whole sorry story of how he related to his last son, born with Down Syndrome. When I saw the marvelous Brian Dennehy "Death of a Salesman" last week, I also watched the generally very funny talk back 20 years later with the director and several cast members. But when they all recounted stories of the 'great man" Miller and his lofty morality and the key relationship between father and son(s), I thought about how he acted--for decades--with this son. It WAS mentioned that Miller apparently based Willy Loman on an uncle and that Bernard in the play was probably a stand-in for Miller himself.
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