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Download Epub Format á Focus PDF by  Arthur Miller Man, this book opened my eyes to a piece of American history I had no idea happened A short sighted man, a gentile, avoids wearing glasses because they accentuate those features of his that bring to mind the stereotypical face of a jew A dangerous image at a time when America is going through a nasty phase of anti semitism, looking to blame the jews for all their problems the economy, the war, the perceived decline in their neighbourhoods When his eyesight gets so poor it noticably affects his work, his boss insists on him wearing specs and then his troubles really begin These new specactles are so powerful even his surname begins to look jewish Then, if things didn t seem bad enough, he falls in love and marries another gentile who looks a bit jewish too Oi vay There s a perfect twist at the end A good book, a great lesson, it made me think about my own prejudices, unconscious o Bir toplulu un toplumun do u tan gelen belli zellikler merkezinde de il ilkeler zerine kurulmas n n gereklili i, mahalle bask s , rk l k, kad n erkek ili kileri sade ak c bir dille anlat lm Sevdim arp c bir kitap olmu.
Written In , Focus Was Arthur Miller S First Novel And One Of The First books To Directly Confront American Anti Semitism It Remains As Chilling And Incisive Today As It Was At The Time Of Its Controversial Debut As World War II Draws To A Close, Anti Semitism Is Alive And Well In Brooklyn, New York Here, Newman, An American Of English Descent, Floats Through A World Of Multiethnic Neighborhoods Indifferent To The Racism Around Him That Is, Until He Begins Wearing Glasses That Render Him Jewish In The Eyes Of Others, Making Him The Target Of Anti Semitic Persecution As He And His Wife Find Friendship And Support From A Jewish Immigrant, Newman Slowly Begins To Understand The Racial Hatreds That Surround Him A Strong, Sincere Book Bursting With Indignation The New York Times Book Review Heftiges Buch und zeitlos.
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Just who is the main character in Arthur Miller s Focus Is is Mr Newman or Mr Finklestein Only if the reader makes Mr Finklestein the main character can you actually see that Arthur Miller thought anti Semitism to be wrong I humbly feel that the real Focus of Focus is the persecution of Mr Finklestein for nothing than being Jewish I want to call it shocking how anti Semitic almost the whole cast of characters even Mr Newman are but the real truth is that I know that religious, racial and ethnic persecution still exist even in our America today so I can t even feign some surprise in it Arthur Miller is correct in his assessment of the racism and in his indictment of the anti Semitism that existed in the forefront of his time It I had already seen and enjoyed a number of plays written by Arthur Miller when I came across a copy of Focus I opened it thinking that it would be another of his plays, but was surprised to find that it is a full length novel It was first published during the Second World War in 1945 My copy Penguin Modern Classics edition, 1986 contained an interesting introduction that Miller wrote over 40 years later, containing his explanation of Anti Semitism.
The hero, Lawrence Newman, lives in a row of houses in the Borough of Queens in New York State Every working day, he takes the subway into Manhattan, where he works in a large company, supervising a typing pool One evening, he enters the subway carriage as us This was a very powerful novel Despite its short length, Miller here has written a very thought provoking and enlightening story, that of a man in 1940s New York, swept up in the dark and increasing undercurrent of anti semitism which was at that time growing like a cancer among some people Despite the book being written than seventy years ago, it still seems very relevant and important in the face of current anti Islamic rhetoric and the struggles of other minorities to gain civil rights in the many years since the book s publication.
On top of this, you have some beautifully powerful characterisation in the establishment and description of the central protagonist, quirky and witty as it is My only gripe was that the book did tiptoe towards the boundary of heavy handedness at times, almost as if there was a level of contrivedness in how things panned out I couldn t escape the feeling of

Arthur Asher Miller was an American playwright and essayist He was a prominent figure in American literature and cinema for over 61 years, writing a wide variety of plays, including celebrated plays such as The Crucible, A View from the Bridge, All My Sons, and Death of a Salesman, which are still studied and performed worldwide Miller was often in the public eye, most famously for refusing to g