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    to the hapless Hap. When looking at Hap's sad life, he was crudely ignored, and was shown the wrong path to his personal success and happiness. Also when looking closer into the text, there is an unbelievably exact parallel between Willy and Happy. Happy is a lonely, sad, womanizing man who lies, cheats, and steals to get to the next level in his work. Most of his personality flaws could be traced back to when he was a child, and when he was ignored by his family. As a result of living in his

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    The Characters of Biff and Happy in Death of a Salesman No one has a perfect life; everyone has conflicts that they must face sooner or later. The ways in which people deal with these personal conflicts can differ as much as the people themselves. Some insist on ignoring the problem for as long as possible, while others face up to the problem immediately to get it out of the way. Biff and Happy Loman are good examples of this, although both start from the same point, they end up going

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    Happy Loman has grown up to be a well-adjusted man of society. He has developed from a follower to a potentially successful businessman. Throughout his childhood, Happy always had to settle for second fiddle. Willy, his father, always seems to focus all his attention on Happy's older brother Biff. The household conversation would constantly be about how Biff is going to be a phenomenal football star, how Biff will be attending the University of Virginia and be the big man on campus, how Biff is so

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    In the play Death of a Salesman, father Willy Loman raises his two sons with idea that being well-liked is more important than being hard working. Throughout the lives of Willy’s sons Biff and Happy Loman, they struggled with finding their place in society, due to the fact that they thought of themselves , but in reality they are not successful in the least. It is difficult to identify morally ambiguous characters such as Willy, Biff, and Happy Loman as purely good or purely evil, because each character

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    moving on from there. Biff and Happy Loman are brothers in the play, The Death of a Salesman written by Arthur Miller. They are two very contrasting characters; the two brothers both deal with conflict in an entirely different manner, which leads to a completely different end result for each character. When two characters start out with the same perspective, you can clearly identify the differences between them as the characters adapt and revise who they were. Happy Loman is Biff’s younger brother,

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    point in time. I know and understand that she loves her husband unconditionally. However, she is over-defensive when it comes to what is said about him. It has been like walking on egg shells when asking very general questions about my uncle. Mrs. Loman never seems to take a break from reassuring herself and anyone who will listen that her husband is a fine man-the finest. This behavior is not healthy on any level in my personal opinion. I cannot grasp the fact that I arrive here as a guest, with

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    My Life according to me

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    My Life According to Me My name is Biff Loman. I had a very confusing life, now that I look back upon it. My mother, Linda was a very loving and caring person. And I have a brother, Happy also; he is a very entertaining guy. But then we have my father, Willy. Willy always had these preconceived notions about how I was going to live my life, and how I was going to be one day. I used to try and try to work at different organizations, but Willy had already poisoned my mind, by basically telling me

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    The Deplorable Willy Loman of Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman For those of you that don't know what deplorable means then you need to check out the tragic play "Death of a Salesman", by the American writer, Arthur Miller.  The main character of this story is Willy Loman, who is almost the walking definition of this word. The life of Willy Loman is portrayed as a  tragic existence for these  few reasons;  he was a ghastly role model for his sons,  a inconsiderate and

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    The Character of Willy Loman in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman Willy Loman, the main character in Death of a Salesman is a complex tragic character.  He is a man struggling to hold onto the little dignity he has left in a changing society.  While society may have caused some of his misfortune, Willy must be held responsible for his poor judgment, disloyalty and foolish pride. Willy Loman is a firm believer in the "American Dream:" the notion that any man can rise from humble beginnings

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    The Influence of the American Dream on Willy Loman's Life Works Cited Missing Arthur Miller was born on October 17, 1915. He began to write at a very early age and soon after graduating he began to receive recognition as an established and reputable playwright. Many of Miller's plays are based upon the dark nature of contemporary American Society and many critics regard 'Death of a Salesman' as the perfect quintessence of the modern American drama; it encompasses all the characteristics of

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