Death of a Salesman
Throughout the play the Lomans in general cannot distinguish between reality and illusion, particularly Willy. Willy Loman is the main character of the play and often considered its tragic hero. The sixty-something failing salesman grows increasingly insane throughout Death of A Salesman, eventually ending his life in suicide. Willy tries to persuade himself and others that he and his sons are successful, but in the end, Willy is unable to live up to his own expectations (and those of his rich brother Ben, who expects Willy to do much more with his life than he has). Willy very often la…
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