"Death of Salesman" by Arthur Miller: analysis of the ending; identifying symbolism and themes.
The end of "the death of a salesman" concludes the story at Willy's funeral. In the story there are very few people attending only Willy's family Charley and Bernard. Linda struggles to find the answer to why Willy killed himself because they were so close to paying off their bills. Linda then requests privacy and apologizes to the grave that she is unable to cry because it feels as though Willy is just on another trip.
Charley's speech is said to be a "memorable" moment of the play as he outlines the great expectations of being a salesman, there is evidence that this is simply trying t…
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