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Death of a Salesman

Summary: Essay compares the characters of Willy and Charley from "Death of a Salesman."
In the play the Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller there are many characters who seem to be very different and very alike. Two characters that seem to be very different are Willy and Charley. Willy is an unsuccessful salesman who is marries and has two children who were raised with wrong values in life. Charley is a prosperous business owner who has become very rich: he has a son who becomes a very successful lawyer. Willy and Charley are complete opposites of each other in nearly every aspect of life.

One way in which Willy and Charley differ from each other are the ways they have raised their children. Willy told his children that the most important thing in life was a personal attractiveness and what other people think. As Biff, Willy's son was growing up he was the most popular kid in his...

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