I am going to join The New York Times in their reading of Arthur Miller’s Pulitzer Prize winning play Death of a Salesman. It’s a play that has always moved me and I agree with the Times about the importance of considering Death of a Salesman and its critique of “the hollowness of some cherished American ideals.”

I invite you to come along with me as I read the play and consider the interviews and discussions featured in The New York Times. So dust off your copy, or borrow one from the library, so that we can be ready for their discussion beginning March 1.

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