Death of a Salesman

Arthur Miller
"BY COMMON CONSENT, THIS IS ONE OF THE FINEST FRAMAS IN THE WHOLE RANGE OF THE AMERICAN THEATER..." is the way Brooks Atkinson described Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller. The name of Willy Loman, the central character, has become as familiar as Babbitt. The story of Willy's life is the poignant, sometimes humorous, ultimately tragic story of a man steeped in the go-getter gospel who never got beyond his own day-dream world. The drama os his downhill struggle is the heart-wrenching drama of wishful dreamers everywhere. The play reads as absorbingly as it performs, and has already taken a permanent place in our written literature.

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