Legendary playwright Arthur Miller, whose most memorable work, Death of a Salesman, earned him a Pulitzer Prize in 1949 and came to symbolize the American dream gone haywire, died Thursday night at his home in Connecticut. He was 89. Cause of death was heart failure. In addition to numerous Tony awards, Miller — whose five-year marriage to Marilyn Monroe in the '50s catapulted him to another level of fame — won an Emmy for the 1980 Holocaust drama Playing for Time. He is survived by three children, including actress-director Rebecca Miller, the wife of Oscar winner Daniel Day Lewis.