Certain works of literature contain special scenes which contribute to the work as a whole. These special scenes include weddings, funerals, parties, and other social occasions. In social situations like these, people's true characteristics are exhibited. One work of literature which contains a special scene is in Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. In this work, the main character, Willy Loman, goes through a troubled life of false achievements. The funeral scene reveals the
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the world just does not see what Willy saw in life. The funeral summarized the false achievements of Willy Loman. By revealing the actual qualities of a character, special scenes like the funeral contribute not only to Death of a Salesman, but also to other works of literature. Like Willy Loman, what someone says about themselves is not always the truth, but what the person does shows what kind of a person they really are.