Social conscience: A recurrent theme in the plays of Aurther Miller
Arindam Patra, Suchismita Panda
Arthur Miller won fame and reputation as he generally composed purposeful tragedies and asserted that every individual must understand and declare that one should comprehend his social and political obligation. He noticed the working of contemporary American democracy and strongly assaulted the indications of creating minor Fascist inclinations in the country. The facts really confirm that he followed Henrick Ibsen partially but produced original tragedy on the theme of democracy. Here the contention is between the power of the majority and the voice of Dr. Stock mann who represents public wellbeing and welfare. The contention between antagonistic powers has been presented in the first place and there is banter on the issues of opportunity of the press, reasons for peril to general wellbeing, working of free enterprise, hurts brought about by industrialization and so forth Like G.B. Shaw and Eugene O' Neill, he states his confidence in open great and utilizations the instrument of parody to uncover social, monetary and political indecencies.