Discuss the Representation of Masculinity in "Death of a Salesman"
Death of a Salesman reveals the story of an American man confronting failure in a success-driven society and shows the tragic path which eventually leads to his suicide. Willy Loman believes in what he considers the promise of the American Dream wholeheartedly, which is based on the Declaration of Independence stated by Thomas Jefferson in 1776: "We believe that all men are born with these inalienable rights - life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness."(Malone, 28)
However, Willy is too caught up in this masculine dream and it does not succeed as he wishes. …
- Discuss the Representation of Masculinity in "Death of a Salesman"
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