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Annalysis of the conflicts of Biff Loman (Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman) and how they are resolved.
Born on October 17, 1915 in New York to an Austrian clothing manufacturer and shopkeeper, Arthur Miller's childhood life influenced his writing of Death of a Salesman, which opened in 1949. His father, Isidore Miller was ruined by the coming of the Depression. Consequently, the family moved to a small house in Brooklyn, which was the model for the house in Death of a Salesman.
Miller's childhood life became the basis for the play, which incorporated tragic characters attempting to sort between their obligations and their desires. Biff is one such character whose love and loyalty to his…
- Annalysis of the conflicts of Biff Loman (Arthur Miller, Death of a Salesman) and how they are resolved.
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