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Death of a Salesman Chapter Summary & Analysis - Requiem Summary

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Requiem Summary

Linda, Biff, Happy, Charley, and Bernard stare at Willy's grave in shock and mourning. Linda cannot understand why nobody showed up to the funeral. While Biff persistently claims that Willy never knew who he was, Happy interrupts by saying that he knew exactly who he was and that he, Happy, will complete the dream for him. Happy even tries to recruit Biff, once again, to the business world. However, this time Biff says no. Biff now knows who he is, and he knows he does not belong in the business world. Everyone leaves the grave, except for Linda, who wants to say her final goodbyes to her husband.

Requiem Analysis

In this final scene of the play, the Loman family must accept Willy's passing. However, despite Willy's so-called sacrifice, nobody except for Biff has learned anything new. While Charley convinces everyone that Willy was a salesman at...

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