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Essay | The First Scene in Authur Millers Death of a Salesman

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The First Scene in Authur Millers Death of a Salesman

Summary: Authur Millers Death of a Salesman; why is the character of Willy so obvious in the first scene?
In what ways does Miller capture the audience's attention in the opening scene and introduce some of the main issues in the play"

In Arthur Miller's Death of A Salesman he introduces many of the main themes which create an exciting and attention grabbing beginning, which captures the audiences attention. All the main characters are in the opening scene; Willy, Linda, Biff and Happy. The opening to the play is appealing because it instantaneously begins to deal with the issues which are in the play. Miller instantly creates questions which the audience want to be answered. Like Linda's anxious character poses questions, `why is she like this"' The relationship between Biff and Willy is unstable from the beginning this creates another question. One moment Willy hates him the next he loves him, this bazaar relationship is interesting and captures...

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