Death of a Salesman Essay | American Dream Willy Loman

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American Dream Willy Loman

Summary: Willy loman, of Arthur miller's, death of a salesman, is a man well built but with so much pride that he can't admit to what is happening around him. He is just a salesman who has a dream, the only dream, the American dream.
Willy loman, of Arthur miller's, death of a salesman, who is way out there in the blue, riding on a smile and a shoeshine. Above all, willy loman is a dreamer, a salesman who sees it necessary to 'enter the jungle' to 'get the diamonds out'. From a reader's view, Willy is a very foolish man who turns his back onto reality and lives out his hollow dream.

Willy's dream is that of the great American dream. It is the dream Howard is given and that Bernard and charley accomplish. However, it's the dream that Willy and Happy doesn't ever get to see. It is the idea to `come out the number one man." This dream, according to Willy, will only be accomplished by ones personality and features. Howard who is Willy's boss didn't have to put any work into attaining his dream but is however...

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