Death of a Salesman | Literature Criticism Critical Essay by Leah Hadomi

This literature criticism consists of approximately 28 pages of analysis & critique of Death of a Salesman.
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Critical Essay by Leah Hadomi

SOURCE: Hadomi, Leah. “Fantasy and Reality: Dramatic Rhythm in Death of a Salesman.Modern Drama 31, no. 2 (June 1988): 157-74.

In the following essay, Hadomi provides a stylistic analysis of Death of a Salesman through the examination of “the ways in which the rhythmic organization of the play is managed in respect of three structural elements in the play: characterization, symbolic clusters, and the plot.”

The subtitle of Death of a Salesman, “Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and a Requiem,”1 as well as the title originally considered by the playwright, The Inside of His Head, already point to the play's thematic essence and major formal characteristic. Thematically, Miller's drama deals with the tension between the private inner world of the protagonist and external reality. Its principal...

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