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Arthur I. Miller

Arthur Miller is a novelist and dramatist. The 86-year-old playwright, born in New York City, has enriched the stage for more than five decades with his plays, including his initial Broadway success, All My Sons (1947) and the Pulitzer Prize–winning, Death of a Salesman (1948). His novels, Focus (Reynal & Hitchcock, 1945) and Homely Girl (Viking Books, 1992), were both recently made into movies. He is also the author of several volumes of short stories, screenplays, award-winning television drama, essays, travel pieces, an autobiography, Timebends: A Life (Grove Press, 1987), and several other nonfiction works, including a book about his experiences directing a production of Death of a Salesman in Beijing. Mr. Miller has been president of PEN and is active in the international literary organization that fights censorship and government repression of writers worldwide. He resides in the United States in Roxbury, Connecticut.

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Imagery and Creativity in Science and Art


How can new knowledge be created from already existing knowledge? Insights of Genius shows how seeing is central to the greatest advances of the human intellect. Artists and scientists alike rely on visual representations of worlds both visible and invisible.