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Essay | Death of a Salesman, an Exploration of Major Themes

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Death of a Salesman, an Exploration of Major Themes

Summary: Explores major themes in the Arthur Miller play, Death of a Salesman. Describes how the relationships in the play are riddled with jealousy, hope, love, dreams, hate, disappointment, and many other very human emotions.
Death of a Salesman deals with many timeless issues. Though these issues are portrayed through the story of Willy Loman in the nineteen forties or fifties, their presence in today's world is still very prominent. The relationships in Death of a Salesman are riddled with jealousy, hope, love, dreams, hate, disappointment, and many other very human emotions.

The most opposite, but seemingly the strongest relationship in the play seems to be that between Willy and his wife Linda. His wife seems to accept him for who he is despite all his flaws. She seems to want more than anything for everyone to be happy, and she does what she can to make that possible. She is the voice of reason in Willy's life, putting forward a strong effort to keep her husband happy and guide him in the right direction. She...

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