A tragic mode of transport about which Willy is somewhat confused.
Willy's boys liked to polish this car although it might not have been the best car America has produced.
A piece of sporting equipment that is very easy to steal.
Perhaps this might have been used to sign an employment contract if it hadn't been so easy to steal.
A small, flexible evidence of Willy's despairing goal of self-harm.
These might find mysteriously disappear from an unguarded construction site.
University of Virginia sneakers
Burnt-up symbols of a young man's disappointment.
Frank's Chop House
The place where Willy's boys take him for a night out, but leave him there alone to deal with his personal abyss.
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