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After The Fall: A Play by  Arthur MILLER - First Trade Edition - 1964 - from Lorne Bair Rare Books and

After The Fall: A Play

by MILLER, Arthur

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New York: Viking Press, 1964. First Trade Edition. Hardcover. First Printing. Octavo (22cm); vertical-patterned paper and dark red cloth-covered boards, with titles stamped in gilt on spine; dustjacket; 129, [5]pp. Lower right corner of front board gently tapped, else Near Fine in a Near Fine, unclipped dustjacket, with some trivial wear and dustiness.

Often called the most autobiographical of Arthur Miller's plays, After the Fall probes deeply into the psyche of Quentin, a man who ruthlessly revisits his past to explain the catastrophe that is his life. His journey backward takes him through a troubled upbringing, the bitter death of his mother, and a series of failed relationships.


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