Death of a Salesman Essay | Who Is to Be Blamed for Willy Loman's Death?

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Who Is to Be Blamed for Willy Loman's Death?

Summary: A short essay about who is responsible for Willy Loman's death and which motives might have driven him to commit suicide in the novel "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller.
Willy´s suicide is more or less the result of the dishonesty of his family and the pressure of the American Dream that he even increases through old traditions he wants to go on with.

Throughout his life, Willy has been telling other people and himself lies about his success at his job and about his and his son´s achievements. He tells everyone that he is well liked and that all his customers would recognize him when he came into a store but in fact he is not earning any money at all and he even has to borrow it from a friend. Linda knows that her husband is not earning any money and that he is borrowing 50 $ from a friend so that it at least seems like he had success in the past week. In my opinion this is...

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