Death Of A Salesman

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Title: Death Of A Salesman
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Date: March 16, 2009
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Willy awakes each day to face the hard struggle of work. Although Willy is not very successful as a businessman he still goes to work everyday because he must support his family. Willy placed a great deal of importance on the success of Biff. Willy believed that the best way to achieve success was the fast way...
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Willy believed that the best way to achieve success was the fast way. Willy's dreams for his children to become successful shows his role as a common man. Willy went to extremes to try and reach his goal of Biff becoming successful. Biff is the most important thing in Willy's life because he is Willy's last shot at success...
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