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"Death of a Salesman": Dreams Dreamt Dead

Summary: Dreams of what one wants out of life often start ambitious choices and actions. Having a dream to live by throughout your life can often lead to false views on what to expect or how you make your choices to adapt to that dream. In the play "Death of a Salesman," the characters' dreams and thoughts that such dreams are attainable create feelings in those characters of misguidedness, deception, and escape from reality.
Dreams often start ambitious choices and actions. Creating ideas of what one wants out of life: a lifestyle, a career or home. Some dreams can be carried on throughout childhood and influence one as an adult, shaping the way you carry on the day. Dreams are developed by the characters in Death of a Salesman to reveal how often they imbue thoughts of attainable reach creating feelings of misguidedness and deception and escape reality,

Willy Loman thinks he has the" greatest career a man could have" as a salesman. In the beginning of the play we see Willy come home from a trip out of town exhausted. He is constantly on the road now, working on commission, trying to sell to clients. The job of a salesman was the career of Willy's father. He sold the flutes he had made with his bare...

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