Death of a Salesman Essay | Student Essay

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Love in the Family- Death of a Salesman Essay

Summary: Essay describes the love of a family in the novel "Death of a Salesman."
Some people say that there is no such thing as too much love, but that saying doesn't hold true in the play, "The Death of a Salesman", by Arthur Miller. It was a story about a father and a son who had a great relationship but ended up loving each other too much. This love resulted in tragedy for Willy Loman and almost tragedy for Biff Loman.

Biff, as a young man, had much success and had more coming to him. He loved his dad almost like a best friend. He was the star football player on the high school team and was about to get a full scholarship to his favorite college, The University of Virginia. When he went to Boston and found his dad cheating on his mom with another woman, he threw all of his life away, all...

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