Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller - Commentary (pages 11-14)
These are the opening pages of the play, and naturally the author Arthur Miller tries to acquaint the reader with the characters, the setting, and the mood of the play. Miller essentially emphasizes on the description of Willy Loman, who is undoubtedly the main character in the scene. Miller introduces these aspects of the play by using stage directions, music, and dialogue.
Miller starts out by explaining the way the salesman's house looks, and the mood of the play. By using 'the salesman' the reader immediately knows that the house is not owned by a wealthy person…
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