"Death of a Salesman" - The Theme: Dreams
Raise cattle, use out muscles. Men built like we are should be working out in the open.(23)" Happy just rolls back at Biff with excitement, "That's what I dream about, Biff, Sometimes I want to just rip my clothes off in the middle of the sotre and outbox that goddam merchandise manager. I mean I can outbox, outrun, and outlife anybody in that store, and I have to take orders from those common, petty sons-of-bitches till I can't stand it anymore.(24)"
Willy's dreams are crushed and at the end he is burying his dreams with his dream garden that never grew for him. Willy kills himself because he has no dreams left. They have all been shattered.
- "Death of a Salesman" - The Theme: Dreams
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