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Among the many unpublished works in the archive is an essay first written by Miller in 1962, expressing anger and frustration over the death of his second wife Marilyn Monroe. He revisited this piece several times over a number of years, making substantial revisions, but it was never published. Arthur Miller was known to be a prolific writer, but his archive reveals that as much as he published, there was a substantial amount of material never seen by the public.

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