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Death of a Salesman
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You were probably aching, throughout this play, to shove a mirror in front of Willy Loman's face and make him take a good, honest look at himself. And even if you tried, it probably wouldn't have...
Linda is Willy's doting wife. She refuses to see through her husband's lies. This is a woman on a mission: protect Willy's emotions and dreams. Part of her nature is the result of naïveté; Lind...
Don't let Biff's tough-guy name deceive you. He's not just the big, dumb lump that his name might make you imagine. In fact, he's the only character in the book that shows any real personal growt...
Happy might as well be Willy Jr., because this apple hasn't fallen far from the tree. Though he is relatively successful in his job, he has his dad's totally unrealistic self-confidence, and his gr...
Charley is Willy's longtime neighbor who is just plain nice. He functions as a voice of reason and practicality in a world of delusion and confusion. Charley is humble, reserved, down to earth, a...
Charley's son, Bernard, is as different from Biff as Charley is from Willy. While Biff was a popular high school football star, Bernard was the über-nerd. Nerdy though he was, Bernard was always...
Ben is Willy's adventurous and lucky older brother. Of course, he's dead, so he only appears in the play as a character in Willy's troubled imagination. Willy totally idolizes Ben because he was an...
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