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    by his loving wife Linda and asked where he was all day. Willy replied by saying that he went as far as a little above Yonkers. Willy explains to Linda that he suddenly couldn’t drive anymore. In page 13 Willy explains “suddenly I realize I’m going’ sixty miles an hour and I don’t remember the last five minutes. Linda tries to comfort him by saying it’s your glasses and also by saying that you haven’t gotten enough rest. Willy responded by saying he can see perfectly fine. Linda then said to Willy

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    family’s misguided perception of success. In Willy’s mind, being well-liked is more important than anything else, and is the means to achieving success. He teaches this flawed idea to his sons, Biff and Happy, and is faithfully supported by his wife Linda. Linda sympathizes with Willy’s situation, knowing that his time as an important salesman has passed. Biff and Happy hold their father to impossibly high standards, and he tries his best to live up to them. This causes Willy to deny the painful reality

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    he calls it, to the New England territory. In fact, later in the play we discover that Willy is actually a hindrance to the company. Still, Willy's self-respect stands in the way of common sense and good judgement. This is evident when Willy's wife Linda asks Willy to ask his company for a transfer to New York. Willy declines and continues living his charade believing he is too important to the company's success in the New England area. My reaction to this event is that Willy knows he is truly unsuccessful

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    the book. But as the book draws to an end, it becomes much clearer that the scene is a flashback from Willy's past. Before the flashback begins, Willy is talking to his wife Linda. But as the conversation proceeds, Miller converts the scene into a flashback with only Willy and The Woman. When the flashback starts, both Linda and The Woman's laughter blend in together to produce a visual and dramatic effect as the audience is cast away toward the flashback. In the theatre, the producer could brighten

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    His wife Linda, worried over Willy's state of mind and recent car accident, offers up explanations of his current state, diverting from the thought of his senility and pressures him to rest. Willy grumbles to Linda that their son, Biff, has yet to create a life for himself. Despite Biff's promise as a star athlete in high school, he failed senior year math and never attended college, seeming to wander aimlessly. Biff and his brother Happy, who are temporarily staying with Willy and Linda after Biff's

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    Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller is about a family of four ; Willy the father, Linda the wife, Biff the oldest son, and Happy the youngest son going through a rough patch. During this time the family start to experience problems with control because throughout the play Death of a Salesman, Arthur Miller shows control as one of the themes of the play using various tones of characters. Overall, not having control of oneself is worse than having control of oneself because your a more hazard to yourself

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    Linda is the one who never nor will ever leave home because she finished paying it off and she just couldn’t see her husband go like how he did. Linda can 't accept his death until she 's had a chance to say good bye to him once and for all. "I never had a chance to say good-by" (Miller 1173). They would not listen to the false

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    Touching Spirit Bear Resolution As Cole and Peter had spent a year on the island together and they learned to heal. It is now 10 years after the island and they haven’t seen each other since. One day Cole was scrolling through Facebook with his wife Linda. He found Peter and was already overwhelmed with joy and excitement. He had to say something and talk about how their lives have changed. “Hello Peter this is Cole Matthews we spent a year on the island together,” he typed. “Cole I have not contacted

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    files of sales and heads to the front door. (Scene 1 begins) Linda in the morning of her husband’s death whom she still loves very much is finding it hard for herself to go on with her life. She knows she has her boys who love her very much and are going to be there for her. She sits and thinks how hard Willy worked for them to own that house and know she sees no reason to go on with here life. The community came together to encourage Linda to carry on and with this she meet a lot of people. She is

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    is strongly influenced by his actions, which contributes to their own self-delusions. Willy has an extremely large ego and fabricates most if not all of his success. He brags about how much money he makes inflating his sales commissions to his wife Linda. Willy is too proud to accept a job from Charley yet he seems to have no problem accepted money from him to make ends meet. Willy says; “I’m keeping strict accounts'; (1683) of the money Charley gives him, but has no intention of ever repaying

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