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España y el teatro de Arthur Miller

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Ramón Espejo Romero is Professor in the Department of English and American Literature at the University of Seville. Both of his careers as a teacher and researcher have focused on American literature, especially the theater of that country. He has published about authors like himself, Edward Albee, Eugene O´Neill, or the novelists Herman Melville, Edith Wharton, Tom Wolfe, and Paul Auster.

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Instituto Franklin–UAH has published, in its Biblioteca Benjamin Franklin, España y el teatro de Arthur Miller, by Ramón Espejo. In the words of the author, the book “traces the theater history of this great American playwright in our country, beginning the journey with the first 50 montages, and continuing with the great productions of the decade and the major revivals of Miller´s works in Spanish scenarios until 2009”.

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