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Death of a Salesman
The historical meaning of the American dream included the promise of freedom opportunity and equality for all. The original dream of success did not exclude wealth and personal attributes but, its main focus was on enterprise, bravery and hard work. However, this dream continues to be distorted to focus on the outer-self with personal attractiveness being the most important strength in determining success. In the play Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller examines this through the characters and circumstances of the drama. Biff struggles in trying to come to terms with his father's w…
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