Similarities Between Willy And Bragy In Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman

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People could have learned certain characteristics from a family member and this may lead them to act just like them. In the book, Death of a Salesman, by Arthur Miller, there are many different places that show Willy and Biff criticizing each other and talking badly about each other due to their similarities. However, some people have pointed out that they feel Willy and Biff still do not have enough in common with each other. This may be the case; however, it lacks the evidence. Biff and Willy hate each other and complain and criticize each other because of all the things that they have in common. Willy hates how Biff has a job on a farm that he likes to have as well. You can see Biff talking about his job when he said, "This farm I work on, it 's spring there now, see? And they 've got about fifteen new colt. There’s nothing more inspiring or-beautiful than the sight of a mare and a new colt” (22). This quote is letting people know how Biff and Willy have a lot in common since Biff likes working on a farm outside and so does Willy. When Biff said, "You wait kid, before it 's all over we 're gonna get a little place out in the country and I 'll raise some vegetables, a couple of chickens…" (72). This is showing how Willy enjoys working on a farm like Biff does and how they do have similarities. Admittedly Willy and Biff both are not succeeding in life since they both do not have a job. Willy seems to be complaining about how he hates how Biff does not have a job. Biff says,

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