Death of a Salesman compared to "On Firing a salesman"
The play "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller describes the tragic downfall of Willy Loman, a traveling salesman, and how his demise affects the people around him. The poem "On Firing a Salesman" by James A. Autry describes the life in the salesman business. These two pieces can relate because they have many similar themes and connections. They both describe the tragic life of salesmen.
The opening line from the poem reads "It's like a little murder,
taking his life." This implies that the life of a salesman is always under pressure and eventually leading to the day when he will be r…
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