Death Of A Salesman By Willy Loman

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Willy Loman, a salesman 63 years of age, arrives back to his home in Brooklyn after a business trip. Willy, exhausted, receives advice from his wife, Linda, to talk to his boss, Howard Wagner, to allow him to work in New York. Meanwhile, their two sons, Biff and Happy, are visiting and staying at the Loman house. Willy discusses how his sons, more particularly Biff, has not amounted to anything at the age of thirty-four despite the strong potential he had as a child. That night, in their bedroom, Biff and Happy discuss their father’s health and their childhood. The brothers discuss how Willy often talks to himself for long periods of time, daydreaming about past events, and how Biff has yet to meet his expectations. Biff concludes that
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