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Essay | Women in "Death of a Salesman"

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Women in "Death of a Salesman"

Summary: Women are disrespected and held in contempt by the male characters in Arthur Miller's classic play, "Death of a Salesman."
According to today's society, men and women are equal and have equal rights. Although we all try to believe this but in fact it is very untrue. Men have always been favored and believed to be superior of woman; still existing in such a way in some third world countries. Arthur Miller's Death of a salesman looks at these issues and portrays what the past had been like for women. In this masterpiece, Miller tends to place women in two categories of whores and housewives. The play may seem to be offending woman in many ways but there's reason to believe that Arthur Miller's intentions had been to start a movement for women and show the way to a better tomorrow.

Women are extremely disrespected in the play as Arthur Miller portrays them as being inferior to men and literally as their sex slaves...

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