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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman Free download ¸ 102 Re to dream about he must face the crushing disappointments of his past He takes one final brave action but is he heroic at last or a self deluding fool. Attention must be paidThe only time I saw Death of a Salesman professionally performed I was almost 19 and I wept for most of the second act I have not read or seen it since but recently returned to it 16 years after my first encounter with this piece I still am moved by it but for very different reasons I guess that is what makes it a classicThe protagonist of the play the iconic Willy Loman is a frustrating loser of a man who frankly has been a cruel fool his entire life He is jealous of people who succeed even when their success is because of their own merits he is an adulterer and he is a dad who wants to be his son s buddy not his father In short he is everything I dislike I don t feel sympathy for Willy Loman and when he died I breathed a sigh of relief for his family who has been relieved of the burden of dealing with him With the exception of his ever faithful wife Linda Willy s sons have already relieved themselves of him to varying degrees So the hero of the play is not noble and does not meet Aristotle s definition of a tragic hero So what is the tragedy Why is the play so important I think there are two primary reasonsThe first is the relationship between Willy and his sons especially Biff Biff and his father love each other very much they just don t love each other very well I think there are a lot of fathers and sons who can relate to that dynamic It made me cringe than a few times with its poignancy and accuracy And watching Biff s frustration with trying to communicate honestly with his father the fault belonging to them both was the reason for my weeping all those years agoThe other reason the play is tragic is because although Willy is a nobody and I think it is his own doing he was loved by some people who cared deeply about him Despite a wonderful wife some loyal friends that he does not deserve etc Willy is always looking for greener grass and never content with what is in front of him To have some truly good things primarily family love and friendship and to spit in its face for decades is the tragedy Willy was a somebody to them but it was not enough for him The tragedy of this piece stems from Willy s ignorance and also is extended for those who loved himThere is a lot that can be said about this play and I don t pretend to be the final word These are just some thoughts Read it for yourself let some of the lovely prose sweep over you Pay attention to some of Linda s speeches as even out of context they are wonderful I don t think you will walk away from Death of a Salesman unhappy that you read it

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Death of a Salesman Free download ¸ 102 'For a salesman there is no rock bottom to life He don't put a bolt to a nut he don't tell you the law or give you medicine He's a man way out there in. A Classic with a big C I can see why It s not a happy story A story about a troubled family About getting older and getting cast aside after years of hard work never having uite made it About big expectations never met Infidelity About the estranged relationship between father and son A father what s he doing Panicking because he is loosing his job loosing his grip on things on his boys hallucinating evenPresent and past events or even imagined flow in and out of the story A tragedy unfolding Already I think I need to reread it to really grasp the whole story I was impressed Although this was not a pleasant read In the format of a play and of course many famous actors played their part in Death of a SalesmanDeath of a Salesman was first presented in a London Theatre on 28 July 1949 Linda hearing Willy outside the bedroom calls with some trepidation WillyWilly It s allright I came backLinda Why What happened Slight pause Did something happen WillyWilly No nothing happened Linda You didn t smash the car did you Willy with casual irritation I said nothing happened Didn t you hear me Linda Don t you feel well Willy I m tired to death The flute has faded away He sits on the bed beside her a little numb I couldn t make it I just couldn t make it Linda

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Death of a Salesman Free download ¸ 102 The blue riding on a smile and a shoeshine'Willy Loman has been a salesman for 34 years At 60 he is cast aside his usefulness now exhausted With no futu. Hate Hate Oh the hate Arthur Miller does a beautiful job of conveying the emptiness and meaninglessness of his protagonist s life It left me wanting to jump off a very tall building if only I could overcome the crushing ennui and the conviction that even ending ones life was too meaningless and futile to contemplate Maybe that means Miller accomplished what he set out to do but I don t have to like it

  • Hardcover
  • 117
  • Death of a Salesman
  • Arthur Miller
  • English
  • 10 January 2020
  • 9780435233075