Death of a Salesman

Certain Private Conversations in Two Acts and A Requiem

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Arthur Miller's 1949 Death of a Salesman has sold 11 million copies, and Willy Loman didn't make all those sales on a smile and a shoeshine. This play is the genuine article--it's got the goods on the human condition, all packed into a day in the lif
Wrote 12/9/13
Ok the "American Dream", but I think this play (or drama) is at the end about two capital questions: 1.What do you really like to do, who you really are? In another words: try to become what you truly want to be. 2.Has your life been successful or a...Continua
Tom Waits, "Yesterday Is Here"
If you want money in your pocket And a top hat on your head A hot meal on your table And a blanket on your bed Well today is grey skies Tomorrow is tears You'll have to wait til yesterday is here Well I'm going to New York City And I'm leaving on a t...Continua
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[This play] was written in six weeks in the spring of 1948, but it had been brewing in [the author]'s mind for ten years. Its 742 performances put it among the fifty longest recorded Broadway runs...Miller himself defined his aim in the play as being...Continua
Wrote 10/4/09
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 sinc...Continua
Wrote 10/30/08

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