The Death of a Salesman
The play "Death of a salesman" is a play about the problem with the "American Dream." Author Miller accuses America of selling the so-called American dream, or myth to society. Miller has realized the fabricated sense of importance people place on their material possessions, their cars, TVs, radios, and such. The tragedy and truth of the play "Death of a Salesman" makes this a great American play.
Willy Loman is living in his own delusion that being well liked, successful and having wealth are the only important things in life. As Willy is talking with Howard, he tells him what made him wa…
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