Death of a Salesman Essay | Arthur Miller's the Death of a Salesman

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Arthur Miller's the Death of a Salesman

Summary: Essay about Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.
Arthur Miller in his play, The Death of a Salesman, has represented different facets of the dream and how the dream impacts on the characters. He showed the pursuit of the American Dream through his tragic hero, Willy Loman falling prey to pursuing the dream all his life only to be betrayed by it in the end. Miller represented the dream for happiness and the rejection of the American Dream through Willy's son, Biff. He also highlighted the dream of a stable family embodied by Linda Loman.

Miller represents the dream of pursuing wealth through hard work using his lead character, Will Loman. Willy strives all his life to gain affluence like his brother Ben so that he can properly care for his family. Willy's pursuit of the American Dream is a value that he tries to pass onto his sons through the...

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