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Charley had a huge impact on Willy in the play Death of a Salesman Willy is jealous of Charleys success Repeatedly Willy would go to Charleys to borrow money to pay the bills Biff and Happy were failures Willy refuses to recognize this because Bernard Charleys son was so successful Charleys effect on Willy has caused him to become extremely spiteful At the end of every week Mr Loman found himself at Charleys feet begging him for money Charley continually gave him the money to keep him quiet This is ironic because Willy thinks that he is so much better then Charley when in fact he was just incredibly jealous When Willy was fired from his job his only friend Charley offered him a job Willy reprimanded Charley for insulting him This made a very clear assertion of Willys jealousy In Willys eyes his children were remarkable They were popular good at sports and intelligent When in reality Biff and Happy were rapidly declining Charley would try to tell Willy about his kids Willy never listened because it pained him to see Bernard more successful then Biff and Happy Charley was content with his life His son was happily married with two sons His job was going great Willy on the other hand was scared of life itself He lied to his family and Charley about everything Repeatedly he contradicted himself He said that blue-collar workers were stupid and were not going anywhere However he would brag to Charley about all the work he did around the house Willy was never happy with what he had He always thought he could have better If Willy just listened to his family and his friends then he might still be alive Willy ignored reality He was a jealous selfish person He liked to make things bigger than they were Charley helped Willy realize this However it was already too late There was no
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