Death of a Salesman Essay | Death of a Salesman and K-Pax: Diffrerent Shades of One Reality

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Death of a Salesman and K-Pax: Diffrerent Shades of One Reality

Summary: Compares the Arthur Miller play, Death of a salesman with the film K-pax. Considers each work's perception of reality, and the role of imagination.
A comparative essay based on: the play "Death of A Salesman" by Arthur Miller and the movie "K-PAX" directed by Iain Softley

"So many of our dreams at first seem impossible, then they seem improbable, and then when we summon the will, they soon become inevitable." Christopher Reeve.

Life is rarely black and white, usually it is constructed of many shades of gray. Similarly in people's minds, the difference between reality and imaginations is based on their perceptions and interpretations. These ideas are commonly explored in texts such as Arthur Miller's play "Death of a Salesman", and director's Iain Softley movie, "K-PAX." While a dream posses the potential of self-destruction when it degenerate into illusions and a form of escapism, the positive or negative nature depends on the dream's foundation. the texts compared suggest that our imagination incorporate our dreams, hopes and ambitions that provide meaning to our lives as...

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