Definition of Miller, Arthur in English:

Miller, Arthur

Pronunciation /ˈmilər/ /ˈmɪlər/ /ˌmilər/ /ˌmɪlər/

proper noun

  • (1915–2005), US playwright. He achieved success with Death of a Salesman (1949). The Crucible (1953) used the Salem witch trials of 1692 as an allegory for McCarthyism. He was married to Marilyn Monroe 1955–1961. Other notable works: All My Sons (1947), After the Fall (1964), and The Ryan Interview (1995).