Broken Glass

Broken Glass Best EPub, Broken Glass By Arthur Miller This Is Very Good And Becomes The Main Topic To Read, The Readers Are Very Takjup And Always Take Inspiration From The Contents Of The Book Broken Glass, Essay By Arthur Miller Is Now On Our Website And You Can Download It By Register What Are You Waiting For Please Read And Make A Refission For You

Arthur Asher Miller was an American playwright and essayist He was a prominent figure in American literature and cinema for over 61 years, writing a wide variety of plays, including celebrated plays such as The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, and Death of a Salesman, which are still studied and performed worldwide Miller was often in the public eye, most famously for refusing to g

❰Read❯ ➱ Broken Glass Author Arthur  Miller –
  • Paperback
  • 144 pages
  • Broken Glass
  • Arthur Miller
  • English
  • 25 November 2019
  • 9780140249385

10 thoughts on “Broken Glass

  1. says:

    1949 1955 1994 73 1930 1930 1938 NaqdeRooz

  2. says:

    Yeah I m not sure what went on here I get the effects of war etc but one minute she s paralysed, next she s trying to screw the doctor, then she s gone nuts I love the crucible by Miller but this one I m just not sure.

  3. says:

    I liked the beginning of this play, but I think it went on too long.

  4. says:

    I have this unconventional approach to illness, the doctor explains at one point I believe we get sick in twos and threes and fours, not alone as individuals Se nota que es una obra tard a de Miller por fin hace decir a uno de sus protagonistas que es socialista Desde John Proctor lo sab amos, pero que el Dr Hyman lo diga deja en claro el contexto hist rico de producci n de esta obra.Todos los t picos que estaban m s o menos ocultos en sus obras de los 40 60 se manifiestan la responsabilidad moral Sylvia hacia los jud os de Europa Hyman hacia sus pacientes Phillip hacia Sylvia y los jud os de Nueva York, etc la sexualidad reprimida, etc.La recurrencia de la explicaci n psicoanal tica est bastante datada, sobre todo considerando que es una obra de 1994 Lo que Miller hace mediante el uso de la mirada psicoanal tica para explicar la par lisis de Sylvia como proceso de identificaci n de los jud os de Europa est clar simo La cr tica que Miller pone en labios de Sylvia es, justamente, el punto central de toda su obra la responsabilidad moral Sylvia, paralizada y a los gritos se pregunta por qu no hicieron nada Sigue, a los gritos mientras en las calles de Alemania ridiculizan a los jud os, rompen sus negocios, golpean a mujeres y ni os, d nde estaba Roosevelt es la indignaci n y el miedo la que hace que Sylvia no camine Eso y la frustraci n sexual de Phillip, su marido, un aut ntico self hating jew , que est incluso m s paralizado que ella por el miedo, aunque l s puede caminar.La figura del cristal es, tal vez, una met fora moral son los cristales rotos de los jud os de Alemania, pero tambi n es el quiebre emocional y sexual de la pareja Gellburg Philip ha vivido en un error, mir ndose en el espejo what is wrong with a jewish face, le dice Sylvia , mientras que Sylvia y el Dr Hyman prefieren el cristal La no hipocres a sobre todo con uno mismo , la transparencia El espejo tiene un fondo opaco, no deja ver que hay del otro lado, no establece ninguna relaci n con el mundo, a diferencia del cristal.

  5. says:

    Second time reading this for my English exam Storyline was slow and only liked Sylvia as I felt sorry for her.

  6. says:

    I expected so much from this play.

  7. says:

    Powerful psychological study of Jewishness, Nazism and paralysis.

  8. says:

    Nedenini bilmiyorum ancak bu oyundan olduk a ho land m Karakterlerin so uklu u, Hymen in tav rlar B y k ihtimalle kad n n ok ac ekiyor olu undan kaynakl D

  9. says:

    I picked this one up in an armload of books from a library sale, like I tend to do once or twice a year I thought, huh I ve never heard of this one, and I love Arthur Miller plays Let s do it Now I know why I d never heard of it This play is terrible I was miserable reading this from the very first scene Thankfully, the torture was brief because it s far shorter to read than the plays I love and teach yearly This felt like Arthur Miller turning in a play he wrote the night before the deadline Let s see if I can pull apart the problems Terrible dialogue Nothing crisp, nothing witty, all very first draft and scattered Far below standard Flat, uninteresting characters whose motivations flip flop for no reason within single conversations They are impossible to connect with, understand, or root for or against The message is delivered in a very ham handed way and is telegraphed far too obviously There was plenty of opportunity given the choice to explore American Judaism during the beginning of the Holocaust, but I ve read survivor accounts with subtlety The story should have felt universal and timely than it did The very last scene between Hyman and Gellburg had the best writing in the whole thing clearly that s what Miller wanted the whole play to really be about, and it touches on a new shade of the central crisis amidst most of his work the relationship between identity and honesty but unlike his other plays, that idea didn t develop slowly throughout the work It just dropped out of the sky at the very end Again, this reeks of rushed writing Gellburg may be having an identity crisis, but so is this play It took me far too long to rule out the possibility that it was meant to be a farce It s not All the weird sex stuff How did that belong Speaking of The sexism Oy vey It may have been set in the 30s, but dude, you re writing it in the 90s Do better Looks like this one is destined to go back to a library book sale.

  10. says:

    One of Miller s acclaimed plays, however it left me unfinished The topics that are dealt with i.e., mental health, domestic abuse, adultery, racism were certainly hot albeit taboo topics when the play was originally written However, Miller is a master playwright, as we see in his well known works The Crucible, Death of a Salesman, and After the Fall , that can handle controversial topics with great deft This play, however, never seems to come to full sense of itself It is compelling and unnerving with an ending that is not quite satisfying, which I believe Miller wanted However it just feels like there is something missing here, something that I just cannot put my finger on.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *