Death of a Salesman: Use of Memories and Hallucinations to Define Characters
In the play Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller recounts the story of a man named William Loman and his family. The story mainly concerns Willy's determination to become the success he once was and to pass on his success to his oldest son Biff. Written in both the present and the past, the story unravels via Willy's memories and hallucinations. Miller uses the past as a means of explaining what caused the characters to be the way they are in the present, as well as their present actions. The main characters defined are Willy and Biff.
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