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Essay | Death of a Salesman

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Death of a Salesman

Summary: Analyzes the Arthur Miller play, Death of a Salesman. Discusses major themes, including that of dreams, specifically the pursuit of the American Dream.
In the play `Death of a salesman' by Arthur Miller. One of the main themes is that of dreams. I intend to analyse this theme and how the author explored this effectively.

"Death of a Salesman" is mainly about a man called Willy Loman, who is a salesman who seems to suffer from mental problems and who does not live up to reality. He believes his family is superior to anyone else's and believes totally in the `American Dream', where if you work hard you will be rewarded later in life and have everything you want.

The theme of the American Dream permeates the play and greatly effects the protagonist of the play Willy Loman. Willy is a typical American, and is a victim of the capitalist system. He believes America is the land of opportunity and everyone who work's hard in life will be rewarded...

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