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Change in "Death of a Salesman": Good or Bad?

Summary: Some people resist change because it takes them out of their comfort zone, forcing them to deal with or learn to understand something new. Willy Loman in the play "Death of a Salesman" is a classic example of this approach.
Change: Good or Bad"

For most people, change is good; especially for those who have it worse than others. Without change, there is no room for improvement. However, not all people look at change as a good thing. Some people see change as bad because it is another opportunity for situations to become worse. Other people do not like change because it is out of their comfort zone and it is something new they have to deal with or learn to understand. For Willy Loman, he sees change as a negative thing. He resists change.

From the beginning of the novel, Arthur Miller has made it clear that Willy does not like change. When Willy comes back from work, Linda, Willy's wife, offers Willy a sandwich with American cheese instead of his normal Swiss cheese:

WILLY. Why do you get American...

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