The Sense of Isolation in Arthur Miller’s All My Sons: A Postmodernist Study

Noorbakhsh Hooti, Farzaneh Azizpour


Miller’s All my Sons no doubt can be considered an outstanding masterpiece which shows not only the nature of the Second World War but also the nature and the multifaceted features of business targeted and politicized wars which do not seem to come to a stoppage. Lots of researchers have worked on this play, but this study aims at having a postmodern look at All my Sons. It makes an attempt to break the shackles of the so-called logical reasoning and calculations of modernism and bring the issue in a free and honest bedrock. It tries to give a postmodern disclosure to the isolation and alienation of man, which have been inherited from the calculating modern world of enlightenment and rationalism. Key words: Arthur Miller; Isolation; Postmodern; Research; AlienationResumé: Il n’y a aucun doute qu’on peut considérer que “Tous mes Fils” de Miller un chef-d'œuvre remarquable(qui montre non seulement la nature de la Seconde guerre mondiale, mais aussi la nature et les caractéristique à facettes multiples d'affaire qui ont été cibles et politisées de guerres qui ne semblent pas venir à une interruption. Beaucoup de chercheurs a travaillé sur ce sujet, mais cette étude vise à avoir un regard de post-moderne dans “Tous mes Fils”. Il fait une tentative de casser les chaînes du raisonnement logique prétendu et des calculs de modernisme et apporte la question dans un socle rocheux libre et honnête. Il essaye de donner une révélation post-moderne à l'isolement et à l'aliénation d'homme, qui a été hérité du monde moderne prévoyant d'éclaircissement et le rationalisme.Mots-clés: Arthur Miller; Isolement; Post-moderne; Recherche; Aliénation

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