Death Of A Salesman Reflection

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The movie “Death of a Salesman” was written by American Playwright Arthur Miller which well recognized for his others famous plays such as 'All My Sons, ' 'A View from the Bridge, ' 'The Crucible '. Arthur Miller was born in Harlem, New York on October 17, 1915, from a Polish and Jewish descent and died on February 10, 2005. Arthur Miller debut on Broadway during 1944 with "The Man Who Had All Luck" which indeed the achievement contrasts the titles name itself "The Man Who Had All Luck" which had received an awful review. However, the next play "All My Sons" is a hit followed by "Death of a Salesman" in 1949. "Death of a Salesman" is a play by Arthur Miller that gain the attention of public the Play itself won Pulitzer Prize Award. Everyone…show more content…
The moral values are we need to live ours life without the ideology we have to be well liked by the society and the people. Instead, individual happiness is more important. Moreover at the end of the movie "He had the wrong dreams" exclaimed by Biff during Willy 's funeral due to the facts that Willy is a good handyman and likes to work with his hand. However, he was trying hard to force himself to fit into the capitalist society. Hence, I learned from this movie to achieve success you have to understand you. So that you can, soar higher than anyone else can. The quote that touched my heart is "…after all the highways, and the trains, and the appointments, and the years, you end up worth more dead than alive." The harsh and judgmental society forced Willy to attempts suicide many times. Where in the capitalist world it is only exists to serve the strongest one leaving the weak behind. The saddest things are when a human thought he was worth more than death. Just like Willy cases, He commits suicide so that he can give his sons and wife the insurance money. I would like to emphasize my point that they every life is precious. No one is worth more than death. If you have trouble coping with the problem try to talk with someone you trust. The problem exists so we as

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