Arguably one of the most important of America's playwrights, Arthur Miller's life has been an outpouring of writing-fifteen original full-length plays, two stage adaptations, a musical, seven one-act plays, a volume of short stories, a novel, three novellas, four screen plays, over one hundred essays, an autobiography, and a wealth of letters, interviews and collaborations. Unfortunately, the most recent bibliographic work dedicated to Miller was published in 1979, two decades ago. Stefani Koorey's Arthur Miller's Life and Literature remedies this deficiency, with a practical book created for the modern researcher. Not only is this the first work to include CD-ROMs, Internet sites, and other media-related materials, it indexes literary criticism and reviews for all of Miller's dramatic works and presents a detailed catalogue of Miller manuscripts and typescript archive collections nationwide. Additionally, the book includes citations for topics related to the dramatist's personal life. Finally, the text contains a chronological listing of 111 unpublished doctoral dissertations on Miller. The most up-to-date and comprehensive collection of "Millerania" yet, Arthur Miller's Life and Literature will open up new avenues for the serious researcher as well as for students beginning to explore the dramatist's body of works.