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Essay Galaxy - My Favorite Character In Death of A Salesman My Favorite Character In Death of A Salesman

The book Death of a Salesman was written in 1949 by Authur Miller. The book is written in play form and has won many awards such as The Pulitzer Prize, The Critics Circle Award, The Antoinette Perry Award, The Theatre Club Award, and The "Front Page" Award. This is a very good book with many appealing characters. One characters is Willy Loman. He is a very intriguing person whos life is poignant, interesting and ultimately tragic. Willy Loman's life is poignant and very distressing to his mind and feelings. He sees and speaks to people who aren't there. He tries to kill himself many times and fails and ultimately succeeds. "Gotta break your neck to see a star in this yard." (page 52) This statement shows that Willy didn't....

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