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Death of a Salesman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Pages 150-172 Summary

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Act 1, Pages 150-172 Summary

Willy reminisces, once again, about his long weeks on the road. This time, he envisions a very posh and proper woman his age. Willy is flirting with her. The woman tells him to look her up the next time he is in Boston and that she will help with his business. They joke and as Willy leaves, the woman begins to laugh. That laugh transforms into Linda's laugh, and suddenly Willy is looking into the kitchen again, while Linda sits inside it, mending a pair of her silk stockings. Willy leaves the dim light where the woman is standing to come to Linda. Willy reprimands her for mending her stockings, which she claims to do only because they are so expensive to buy. Suddenly, Bernard comes into the kitchen wondering where Biff is. Bernard reminds Willy that unless Biff studies, he will fail...

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