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Willy Lohman victimizes everyone in his family
In Arthur Miller's play a Death of a Salesman the main character Willy Loman lives in a dream world of his own. This world is often made of memories, but Willy is lost in his own thoughts when he is not remembering. He listens to others only when he wants to. One way or another he tries to silence whoever is talking to him. However the real world and the people in it do not readily conform to Willy's dream world thus causing him to very often be in a state of irritable vulnerability. Willy was the youngest male in his family, and was left behind by his father and his older brother, both of…
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