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Arthur Miller

Playwright Arthur Miller wrote Death of a Salesman (1949) and The Crucible (1953). Miller grew up in New York City and began writing plays in the 1930s, while still a student at the University of Mic…

Arthur Miller

Arthur MillerplaywrightBorn: 10/17/1915Birthplace: New York City Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning playwright whose works deal with familial turmoil and moral and political issues. His p…

Arthur Miller 2005 Deaths

Arthur MillerAge: 89 one of the most respected and talented American playwrights. His work often focused on morality and the pressures faced by families striving to achieve the American dream.…

Arthur Lewis MILLER

MILLER, Arthur Lewis, a Representative from Nebraska; born on a farm near Plainview, Pierce County, Nebr., May 24, 1892; attended the public schools; was graduated from the high school at Plain…

Dennis Miller

Dennis Millercomedian/actorBorn: 11/3/1953Birthplace: Philadelphia Emmy Award winning comedian and actor, Miller got his start in comedy after college, and got his big break when he was discov…

Arthur Klein

Arthur Kleinrecord-company founder Klein and his wife, Luce, founded Spoken Arts, a company that releases recorded literature. The company's roster includes works by Arthur Miller, William But…

Miller

To drown the miller. (See Drown , etc.) To give one the miller is to engage a person in conversation till a sufficient number of persons have gathered together to set upon the victim with …

Arthur

King of the Silures, a tribe of ancient Britons, was mortally wounded in the battle of Camlan, in Cornwall, raised by the revolt of his nephew, Modred. He was taken to Glastonbury, where he…

Glenn Miller

Name at birth: Alton Glenn MillerGlenn Miller was one of several band leaders who helped create the Big Band sound of the 1930s and 1940s. His Glenn Miller Orchestra was one of America's most popular …

Dorie Miller

Doris "Dorie" Miller was an African-American navy man recognized as one of the first national heroes of World War II. From outside of Waco, Texas, Miller was a messman -- and boxing champ -- aboard th…