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ARTHUR MILLER - TYPESCRIPT SIGNED - HFSID 32376

ARTHUR MILLER From Act Two of his Pulitzer Prize-winning, Death of a Salesman. Typescript signed: "Arthur Miller", 1p, 8½x11. In part: "The waiter picks up the chairs and moves off right. Stanley takes the table and follows him. The light fades on this area. There is a long pause, the sound of the flute coming over.

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ARTHUR MILLER
From Act Two of his Pulitzer Prize-winning, Death of a Salesman.
Typescript signed: "Arthur Miller", 1p, 8½x11. In part: "The waiter picks up the chairs and moves off right. Stanley takes the table and follows him. The light fades on this area. There is a long pause, the sound of the flute coming over. The light gradually rises on the kitchen, which is empty. Happy appears at the door of the house, followed by Biff...he looks into the living-room and freezes. Inside, Linda, unseen, is seated, Willy's coat on her lap. She rises ominously and quietly and moves toward Happy, who backs up into the kitchen, afraid...." Dialog between Happy and Linda follows. Death of a Salesman, written by ARTHUR MILLER (1915-2005), premiered on Broadway on February 10, 1949 with Lee J. Cobb as Willy Loman. The play was revived in 1975 (starring George C. Scott) and 1984 (Dustin Hoffman played Loman). After Death of a Salesman returned to Broadway in its 50th anniversary presentation (opening February 10, 1999), it proved its enduring popularity, winning four Tony Awards, including Best Play Revival and Best Actor (Brian Dennehy as Loman). Creased at lower left corner. Fine condition.

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