domingo, 12 de outubro de 2008

Literatura Norte Americana IV - Essay

Due to 10th November

Miller, in several occasions, described his character Willy Loman as a man of moral values. He told some Chinese actors for the 1983 production in Beijing that Willy is "a walking believer, the bearer of a flame" and mentioned that "the trouble with Willy Loman is that he has tremendously powerful ideals...the fact is that he has values" (Otten, T. The Temptation of Innocence in the Dramas of Arthur Miller, University of Missouri Press, 2002).

Find evidence in the play to support Miller’s description. (write about 500 words)


Links and references

Garrison, Craig M. The System and the American Dream: Death of a Salesman. From:

Miller, Arthur. Tragedy and the Common Man. From:

Meaning is Meanings and the Semantics of Social Humanism:A Study of Arthur Miller's The Death of a Salesman and All My Sons.

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