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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman is a Pulitzer Prize- and Tony Award-winning play by Arthur Miller, first produced on Broadway in 1949. It has also been produced in three Broadway revivals and in numerous film and television versions, most notably the 1951 version starring Fredric March in the leading role.[1]

It is a disparagement of the American Dream.

On June 22, 1956, Allen Drury reported in the New York Times that Miller "disclosed today a past filled with Communist-front associations and a future filled with Marilyn Monroe."[2]