Many who saw the movie, recommended it to their friends and even paid to see it again. Idealism describes the belief or pursuit of a perfect vision often based upon unrealistic principles. Miller makes sure we are able to understand these reasons for why Willy has the affair.
He sleeps with women to avenge men who have surpassed him on the career path; similar to Biff seeking revenge on those who have humiliated him by stealing. Ben and his father are the exceptions in the Loman family.
His insecurities lead him to have an affair with a woman while he is on the road; even when Biff finds out, Willy will not confess his infidelity to Linda.
Biff — he like me. Can anyone control their life. To put up a ceiling is a mystery to me. Miller uses expressionism and realism in Death of a Salesman. As his son said he had the right idea just all the wrong dreams. Biff stole after feeling humiliated to regain a sense of power. The purpose of a tragedy is to create pity and fear in the audience.
All of the characters act in response to Willy, whether in the present or in Willy's recollection of the past. These minor characters develop Willy character. In the s, a family with an automobile was considered well-to-do, as well as wealthy and hard-working. Linda knows Willy has impossible dreams, but unlike Biff she cannot bring herself to acknowledge the fact.
Willy Loman was a man who destroyed himself with his false hopes and dreams.
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