Half Title Page.
About This Volume.
The Crucible after Six Decades.
Biography of Arthur Miller.
1: “And so his sons will have his farm”: Primogeniture in the Plays of Arthur Miller.
2: Scholarship on Arthur Miller's The Crucible: 2000–2017.
3: The Crucible: Skepticism, Knowledge, and Tragedy.
4: The Crucible: A Play for All Seasons: Assessment of the 1996 Film Version.
5: Scapegoats, Satanism and the Sacred: Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
6: Letters from the Past: Arthur Miller and Communism (a Self-Interview).
7: Christopher Bigsby on Arthur Miller's Marxism (and Its Relevance to The Crucible).
8: Arthur Miller's Postwar Aesthetics and The Crucible.
9: Arthur Miller's The Crucible and Post-World War II Dystopian Writings.
10: Anti-Communist Criticism of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
11: Molly Kazan's The Egghead as a Response to Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
12: The Crucible in Four Voices: Rouleau, Segal, Hytner, and Farber.
13: Nicholas Hytner's 1996 Film Version of Arthur Miller's The Crucible.
14: The Crucible on Broadway 2016: Miller's Stodgy Shut-In gets a Wild Night Out on the Town.
15: Non-Broadway Productions of Arthur Miller's The Crucible: A Survey of Recent Stagings.
16: Arthur Miller's The Crucible on Audio, Starring Stacy Keach and Richard Dreyfuss.
Chronology of Arthur Miller's Life.
Works by Arthur Miller.
About the Editor.