Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman

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Arthur Miller seemed to capture the sometimes tragic plight of the common man with his Death of a Salesman. Bloom suggests the strength of the play is puzzling but beyond dispute, lying more in its presentation on stage than its written form. The
Ha scritto il 04/10/09
A very interesting and thought-provoking play consisting of two acts and a requiem which is still contemporary.Willy, the protagonist, is the prototype of the ordinary man that we see everyday in our society, even though it has been six decades
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Ha scritto il 30/10/08
The complex visuals make it difficult to read, especially because the stage notes are somewhat vague.
Ha scritto il 25/06/07
The classmates in my english class ruined this book for me. I probably would have liked it more if they didn't exist.
Ha scritto il 14/04/07
The broken American Dream is much more tempting than the Dream itself
Ha scritto il 31/03/07
I have read this several times. The tragic tale of Willy Loman is one I have made it a point to steer clear of in my life.

This is one play that needs to read to understand American theatre.

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