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This student essay consists of approximately 4 pages of analysis of Willy Loman.
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Willy Loman: a Critical Analysis

Summary: Discusses Arthur Miller's play, Death of a Saleman. Provides an analysis of main character Willy Loman.
The business world can be an exciting and challenging place but it can also be a cutthroat industry with not much room for forgiveness. People who are in the business industry who are considered successful usually do not have time or room for the comforts of family life. Those who do try to make room for family suffer from the difficulties of juggling both roles in society. Meet Willy Loman, a father, a husband, and a salesman. From the outside looking in, people would assume that this man has lived a successful life but things are not quite always what they seem.

As a father, Willy Loman fails to discipline and guide his two sons Happy and Biff in the right direction. When his sons were younger, Willy would overlook certain things or place emphasis on unimportant superficial ideals. For example, in Act I when...

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