An Analysis of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman
When people accept an ideal to live by it can be a glorious and noble thing unless they become so obsessed with the ideal that it becomes a yolk and they are unable to realize their dream. This is especially true for Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman. In this play Miller portrays a lower-middle class man, Willie Loman, respectively, who lives by an ideal
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in carpentry and with his family. There is also a manner in which he pursues the Dream. He is a salesman, a profession that is associated with trickery and illusion. He could not pursue a noble dream by doing something that is based in deceit. His quest was cursed from the start and the fact that he lived the quest and not the dream made it worse.
Miller, Author. "The Death of a Salesman."