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Death of a salesman
Death of a Salesman, with its seemingly endless symbolism, tells the story of Willy Loman"'"s final and declining days. During the play Willy Loman, whose pronounced senility conjures up many different viewpoints, interacts with many characters both in the present and in his imagination; one such character is Ben Loman. Willy"'"s elder brother, Ben, is the individual in the play whom Willy admires the most. Ben"'"s distinct representation of death during the play is not easily seen and requires a comprehensive look at the subterranean message. The utterances in the play by Ben referring to…
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