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Arthur Miller took a bow March 7, 2002, during the opening the 'The Crucible' at the Virginia Theater in New York City. (Getty Images Photo)
Arthur Miller took a bow March 7, 2002, during the opening the "The Crucible" at the Virginia Theater in New York City. (Getty Images Photo)

Playwright Arthur Miller dies

Chronicler of the American soul was 89

By Ed Siegel
Globe Staff / February 12, 2005

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Arthur Miller, the conscience of American theater and one of its greatest playwrights, died of heart failure Thursday at his home in Roxbury, Conn., at 89. (Full article: 1906 words)

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