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Death of a Saleman

Summary: Explores the play Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller. Examines the major theme of dishonesty. Describes the effect of dishonesty on the character's lives.
Can you imagine not being true to your ideals, or the type of person you are, or want to become? In the play Death of a Salesman, written by Arthur Miller, none of the characters are true to whom they are, what they want, or who they want to be. This dishonesty leads all of their lives to become miserable, and undesired. It is this that causes much disagreement throughout the household.

In the beginning of the play all the main characters are introduced. The characters consist of a family of four. The members of the family of four include Willy, the father, Linda, the mother, Biff, the son, and Happy, the other son. Even in the beginning of the play it is evident that Willy is not quite in his right mind. He constantly drifts from fantasy to reality.

Willy informs the audience that he...

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