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In the play Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller the main character Willy Loman has conflicts with respect and infidelity throughout the story He has a problem with respect especially respecting his wife Linda Willy shows through flashbacks of The Woman and everyday life that he has no respect for Linda This also shows that he has an ethical issue with infidelity Willy struggles with the idea of respect not only with Linda and other characters but himself During the play Willy has flashbacks of a woman whom he is having an affair The author never gives her name she is just known as The Woman This brings up issues of respect for Linda and himself It also shows his conflict with infidelity He is unfaithful to Linda and he has no respect for her Slaps him gently and laughs You just kill me Willy He suddenly grabs her and kisses her roughly You kill me Miller 39 In this flashback The Woman is talking to Willy By having an affair with another woman Willy shows that he does not respect Linda or anything they have together Willy likes this woman because she makes him feel good about himself She compliments him and makes him feel important Sure thing you do make me laugh Its good for me She squeezes his arm kisses him And I think youre a wonderful man 38 She is always telling him that he is special and Willy needs this This shows how Willy has respect issues with himself He needs to be shown respect from everyone and he also is unfaithful to his wife just so he receives respect from others Willy also reveals how he does not respect Linda through examples in every day life Linda always mends her old stockings so Willy does not have to buy her new ones He does not want to spend the extra money on his wife but will get
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