Incident at Vichy

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  • Title: Incident at Vichy
  • Author: Arthur Miller
  • ISBN: 0670397342
  • Page: 119
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    1. Debra Mervant

      Une bouteille lancée à la merJ'ai lu d'un trait la pièce d'Arthur Miller, construite comme un huis clos.Pendant l'occupation française de 1939-45, des hommes raflés attendent dans un commissariat ? (à vérifier) pour savoir s'ils seront déportés ou pas.Des jeunes, des moins jeunes, un noble autrichien échangent en attendant d'être fixé sur leur sort. Qui est juif ? Qui ne l'est pas ?Miller était un dramaturge plus qu'engagé, qui a connu l'horreur du Maccarthysme aux U.S et qui n'ava [...]

    2. David Seaman

      Arthur Miller jas never been afraid to s[peak out. In 1948, Ella Wheeler Wilcox said, "To sin by Silence when we should soeak out makews cowards out of men". She could not have been speaking of Arthur Miller, as that was the yeare that "incident at Vichy" premiered. And if silence is a sin, Miller is sitting in heaven on the right hand of god with plenty of parchment, a full ink well and- l;et's face it- a MacBook Pro. During the Occupation of France during World War II, the Nazi's established t [...]

    3. Amazon Customer

      This is the first of Miller I have read. It's remarkable how Miller can develop such rich characters and such a moving drama in so few pages. I don't know. Maybe it's not. Length and emotional gravity may be independent of one another. Anyway, I enjoyed reading it. It's both a reminder of man's potential for cruelty, and an appeal to his potential for compassion. Beautiful.

    4. Elaine M. Silverstrim

      Arthur Miller. When I think of him, I think of Marilyn Monroe, Streetcar Named Desire, Our Town But he was Jewish, and as with many Jewish artistic elites, he was painfully aware of what was happening, what had happened in Europe under the Third Reich. He also knew that the crimes extended beyond the boundaries of Germany. There is something chilling in the stark simplicity of this play that needs a revival - to remind us that no country is so educated or sophisticated that it is beyond comp [...]

    5. Israel Drazin

      This play by Arthur Miller, one of the foremost American playwrights, tells about men who were snatched off the streets and dragged to a room in Vichy, France, to be interrogated in 1942 to find out if they are Jewish. Only three of the men turn out not to be Jewish, a pompous businessman, a thieving gypsy, and an Austrian prince who was picked up because he had an accent. The prince is very intelligent, strongly anti-Nazi, and wept when his Jewish servants were arrested by the Nazis. There is a [...]

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