A Synthesis of Psychological Aspects with the Sociological Constrains in Arthur Miller Tragedies
Keywords:Psychological elements, father-son conflict, identity, mythological elements etc.
AbstractThis paper analyses the amalgam of psychological elements with the social realism where his characters are placed. The paper focuses on the inner conflicts of the characters and points out the literary devices that Miller uses to bring to life. Miller’s drama embodies the Freudian concept of human psychological nature and the father-son conflict which is present at his most successful works. These conflicts are evident in "The Crucible," "All My Sons," "The Death of a Commissioner," "View from the Bridge," "After the Fall," and "Descent from Mount Morgan.” In the plays where this conflict is not the primary conflict, it serves as a bases where other inner conflicts are grown.
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Turku, M. (2022). A Synthesis of Psychological Aspects with the Sociological Constrains in Arthur Miller Tragedies. European Journal of Social Science Education and Research, 9(1), 1–5. https://doi.org/10.26417/156gsm23
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