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Death of a Salesman, a Review

Summary: Reviews and summarizes the Arthur Miller play, Death of a Salesman. Provides a synopsis of major themes and a short analysis of the Willy Loman character.
Willy Loman epitomizes a person who looks down at his co-workers. He always looked down at his colleagues and his own family members. His obsession to make money made him uncontrollable and drove him insane. He underestimates his own children especially Biff as he always argues about his goals and achievements. He also victimized his own wife, Linda, and hurt her trust by his adultery. Though Linda was unaware of his affair, it still gave him a sense of guilt for her. Willy believed in success through physical and personal attractiveness and due to this, Charley and Bernard, who were successful but had no great deal of personalities defeated Willy Loman with their skills. His relationship with his son, Biff was at stake due to Biff's failures. Biff was a star athlete at high school who did not attend college after he failed his...

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