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Essay | Willy Loman: A Subject of the Carnegie Philosophy

This student essay consists of approximately 3 pages of analysis of Willy Loman.
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Willy Loman: A Subject of the Carnegie Philosophy

Summary: This essay here shows how Willy Loman subscribes to the popular Dale Carnegie philosophy, which makes him believe that being liked will get you far in life.
"Talk in terms of the other person's interest." This is just one of the many strategies taught by Dale Carnegie on how to make other people like you. The Carnegie theory is all about getting people to like you so you can get other people to do what you need to do. Willy Loman in the book Death of a Salesman is a big believer in this way of thought. Willy believes that he way you get ahead in life is by being likeable person, not what you know or how smart you are. By being this Willy believes you can use people and get what you need of people. Some might think of his ways as manipulative and dishonest. I believe that Willy Loman is a dishonest and manipulative person by using the Dale Carnegie theory.

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