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More Than Just "A Piece of Fruit" in "Death of a Salesman"

Summary: "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller distributes a prime illustration of postmodern literature through a sagacity of disillusionment, a sense of delusion, and a gist of motifs.
More than Just "A Piece of Fruit"

"A loving family provides the foundation children need to succeed, and strong families with a man and a woman - bonded together for life - always have been, and always will be, the key to such families (Jim Bunning)." Some "loving" families do find success; however, some families are shattered by the illusion of becoming something greater in life, which such obsession can leads one to failure; this exemplifies the reflection of a play written by playwright Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman. This compelling play enlightens the story of the Loman family, where the father, Willy Loman, and his sons, Biff and Happy, confront failure in the success-driven society of America. Death of a Salesman distributes a prime illustration of post-modern literature through a sagacity of disillusionment, a sense of...

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