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Death Of A Salesman: Conflict Between Father And Son
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A 5 page paper. Miller's play is a commentary on the American way of life and on the preoccupation with wealth and influence. The story revolves around the conflict between Willy Loman, an older traveling salesman, and his oldest son, Biff, who was a exceptional football player in high school. Many critics have said that Biff is both a reflection and an amplification of Willy. The paper discusses the conflict between them and analyzes the different causes of it. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
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Arthur Miller's 'Death of A Salesman' / On The Character Of Willie Loman
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A 6 page paper on one aspect of the illusions of Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's play. The paper argues that Willy's confusion of his two mentors -- a former salesman and his brother Ben -- causes him to create a warped value system, which he then passes on to his sons. Bibliography lists 5 additional sources.
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“Death Of A Salesman” And “The Entertainer”: Compare/Contrast
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6 pages in length. The struggle to achieve; the desire to be accepted; the will to continue forward even when all previous efforts have manifested in failure – these are the elements that form a common bond between Arthur Miller’s “Death of a Salesman” and John Osborne’s “The Entertainer.” Clearly, the drive for social, financial and emotional success represents the very foundation of these two plays; even though they are set in different times, places and circumstances, the respective protagonists still mirror each other’s desperation to reach a social status that inevitably eludes them both. No additional sources cited.
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