death of a salesman!

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1. Consider the literal and implied meanings of the title of the play. Summarize those meanings. what is this question asking? I don't get what it wants m,e to do? I am reading death of a sales man!


What does the title say? Who does the Salesman represent? Is this play a social commentary on the middle class in America? Is opportunity dead? Was the Salesman somebody, yet anybody?


Rob, Think of Willy as a "tragic hero". He is destined to his "fate" by his own humanity. Look up the definition of tragic hero and then compare Willy to that definition. You can see a step by step progression to his death, driven by his own choices and the situation in which he finds himself.


What is the irony in Linda's last lines "we're free. we're free

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