Willy Loman's Death Of A Salesman

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Nothing ever came easy for Willy Loman. He was a hardworking salesman, husband and father who deeply believed it was possible to live a happy and successful life if you put in the time. Despite working as a salesman for many years he always struggled to make ends meet. Willy’s disappointments in life, own personal failures, and inability to accept reality push him past his breaking point, ultimately ending in suicide. Willy had high hopes for his son Biff and wanted him to follow in his footsteps of having a career in business. In the past, Willy believes Biff was capable of achieving anything. He pushed Biff to be a confident and well-liked individual by telling him “The man who creates personal interest is the man who gets ahead.” (Miller
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