Death Of A Salesman Literary Analysis

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“I myself am made entirely of flaws stitched together with good intentions” by Augusten Burroughs. Death of a salesman is written by Arthur Miller, The play is about this man named Willy who has a really big tragic flaw and tries to make his sons the same way that he is which is him being insecure. Willy’s tragic flaw makes himself insecure and wants his sons’ to listen to him meanwhile he’s going crazy. Willy’s intensity is demonstrated in his prideful behavior. Claims that he is “vital” in the New England when in reality he is not a good salesman (4). Claims that he is expanded the company’s territory (4). Claims also that he is “known” in the New England and cops protects his car; coffee with the mayor (18,19). Willy is trying to put on a façade in order to cover his insecurity. Willy doesn’t ever want to give up his pride so he tries to stay happy with it and tries to keep going by saying all of this stuff. So then it could make him seem like he does have is still pride still but to…show more content…
Willy believes that Biff will pass even though he is flunking math (27). Willy thinks no matter what will happen that Biff will always be successful no matter if he fails or if he just stays around the house.” When this game over is over, you’ll be laughing on the other side of your face they’ll be calling him another red grange” Willy says to charley because he thinks Biff will have his success. Will you let me go for Christ sakes? Will you take that phony dream and burn it before something happens? Willy just believes that he will be successful. They’re built like adonises. Believes Biff was a salesman for Bill Oliver (83). Willy thinks that they will have their own business for the Loman line. Biff tried to go talk to Oliver about it but he didn’t want to see him so they won’t be able to get their
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