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I Don't Need You Anymore
I Don't Need You Anymore
Author: Arthur Miller
From the tender innocence of Miller's famous child-woman to the adult perceptions of a five-year-old boy, from the bitter hardness of a Brooklyn dock worker to the intense love-hunger of a frustrated society woman, Arthur Miller rips through a raw cross-section of contemporary life in I Don't Need You Anymore - A rare collection of stories by Am...  more »
ISBN: 180188
Publication Date: 7/1968
Pages: 191

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Publisher: Bantam Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Includes "The Misfits": a story about two loser cowboys and a bush pilot roping mustangs. Not much of a story plot, but Hollywood somehow made a full-length movie from it. Oh well, if they could do it with Hemingway's "After the Storm" then why not!

The only story that I enjoyed was "Fitter's Night." In this, a Brooklyn shipfitter, after arranging to goof off with pay for his night shift, finds himself detailed to make a repair to a destroyer's depth charge rack. Of course, it is windy and cold. He balksâhe has a "date" for breakfast tomorrowâbut as the ship must meet a convoy in a ew hours, he acquiesces to the dangerous job: a hero in his own right. And, he gets to keep the "date." There's more story here than "The Misfits."