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18 The design of All My Sons, therefore, is the confrontation of a man with all of the consequences of his actions. It proceeds in two phases. The play is not, like Oedipus, the uhcovering of an unknown sin so horrible in its author's eyes that he blinds himself; nor is it, like Hamlet, the attempt to unmask a criminal anxious to keep his guilt secret. The simple exposing of his unashamed involvement does not bring Keller any new insight into himself or his actions. When Chris confronts him with his deed, Keller continues to excuse himself.
Some 400 journalists and photographers representing newspapers from all over the world flocked to the country to get news of what was to become one of the most publicised matches of the decade. There is no doubt that much of the curiosity surrounding the romance was stimulated by the apparent incongruities of the union. At forty-one, Miller was being hailed as America's leading playwright, and was generally regarded as a serious (even solemn) intellectual. Monroe, some eleven years his junior, was the Hollywood sex symbol of her day, a woman of extraordinary and luminous beauty, but of as yet unproven intellectual endowments.
In the final version the manufacturer, Joe Keller, has not only shipped out defective airplane parts, but he has also escaped the consequences of his actions by pinning the blame on his partner. Seemingly undisturbed by the death of twenty-one flyers who crashed in planes 38 'Man Who Had All the Luck' and 'All My Sons' with his cracked cylinder-heads, Joe Keller has returned to his home, regained the affection of his neighbours, rebuilt his business and generally resumed his successful life. His eldest son, Chris, on his return from war joined the family firm convinced that his father was innocent of the crime for which he was tried and acquitted.