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A Tragic Fate Caused by a Society Filled with Realism

Summary: Discusses the character of Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman" and how it relates to reality.
Arthur Miller, born in 1915, he is the greatest realistic master in the American theatrical circles in the post world period. Modern American society is the background of his many works, which portray common man's common life, fully reflect the real features of the American society in that period. He always laid stress on the society, which he describes as a strength related to money, social moral, and relations with people, etc. Death of a salesman is Arthur Miller's most famous and notable play. It is a modern tragedy, the hero, Willy Loman is not grand and noble, but a common man, however, he is a symbol for Americans in the postwar period of growing wealth and affluence.

Theatrical commentators generally hold that this play not only has high artistic value, but also has profound social significance. The American Great Depression...

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