Winner of the National Book Award Medal for Distinguished Contribution to American Letters
"The McCarthy nightmare had begun. . . . Miller was under suspicion for Communist activities. . . . The blacklist seeps into the core of his adaptation. . . . It's a skillfully crafted work . . . a reminder of what has happened, what can happen, and what must never happen again."
-John Guare, from the Introduction
"Miller has released the anger and scorn of the father of realism."
-Brooks Atkinson, The New York Times