In, Death of a Salesman, its author, Arthur Miller, looks upon four characters. Miller uses scenes and flashbacks to compare and contrast the differences or similarities of characters personalities or actions. These scenes show how closely Biff and his father resemble each other at times, or completely differ. They show how hard Willy tries to please his family. Why Biff doesnít succeed. Also they show what a caring mother Linda can be, or it
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He turned his life around from the beginning and his future is now within his control. Happy will try now to follow in his fatherís footsteps to try to do what Biff didnít. As far as his success, it would have to be undecided. If he continued his life in the form as how he used to act success will be out of his reach, but if he continues to change, who knows.