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Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

Summary: An essay on Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman.

The values and dreams of the Loman family represent the want of any American family, but their lack of grasp on reality eradicates their path to the American dream.


In the novel Brave New World, Aldous Huxley uses the extremes of the American society to criticize the fake futuristic world. People live in a fake world, from which they cannot come back to reality even after the Savage tries to enlighten them. Similarly Arthur Miller in his book Death of a Salesman portrays the dreams of the Loman Family, which are far-off from reality. Even their continuous failure does not guide them to actuality. They do not have the capability to achieve their wants and dreams. They live in a trance world dreaming of achievements which they do not strive hard for. Miller depicts this by using various literary elements in the book. The values and dreams of the Loman family represent the want of any American family, but their lack of grasp on reality eradicates their path to the American dream.

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