The Lust Of Willy Loman In Arthur Miller's Death Of A Salesman

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The uncontrollable lust of Willy in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller ultimately caused the ruin of his son, Biff’s, dream. It is true that irresponsible lusting can destroy people's life, even one’s own. When Biff caught Willy having The Woman in his room, he broke down and had a revelation about his father. (2, 120-121) He learned that he was a liar and this situation caused their relationship to fall apart. Biff gave up on his successful future because of this future. Willy was also affected by this, being that he shuts this situation away from his memory and refuses to talk about it to anyone. (2, 94) Lust is the cause of the troubles of Willy and Lust and has become a trigger for them. Lust has made Spring a trigger for Biff and has

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