Death Of A Salesman

Death Of A Salesman

Death of a Salesman
By Arthur Miller

The Good Life

Every man dreams great things for themselves and their family. In Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller, Willy Loman is no exception. He was a salesman with two boys and a loving wife. He was a man with pride and had a dream of success. Many people would consider Willy Loman a successful man. He had a job, house, and could provide for his family. It seemed that wasn?t enough for Willy. His idea of success only had to do with material things: having more money, a better job or the nicest wire recorder. The only thing he wanted more than success for him- self was success for his son, Biff, and he pushed that thought upon Biff. Biff was the oldest son and admired his father and shared his dreams, until one day he discovered his father?s infidelity. Biff?s dreams were shattered and he lost all pride in his father. Biff was never the same man again. He left home in hope of finding himself and creating his own dreams. Biff Loman found what kind of man

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