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There is no doubt that in society everyone has a role A mans role for instance is to provide for his family by going to work and bringing home money The American dream brainwashes society and fools it into thinking it is easy to be successful and happy in life In the play Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller Willie Lowman builds himself up to the point where he is the cause of his own downfall Society is at fault for corrupting and exploiting Willy almost as much as Willy is at fault for his own tragedy Willies outlook and expectations on life was warped and contributed to his tragedy Willie Lowman was a man with one vision on his mind The vision was the American Dream Williw wants success and happiness out of life Like many people Willie wants to own his own home as well as a house in the country He says You wait kid before its all over were going to get a little place out in the country and Ill raise some vegetables a couple of chickens Willie knows he cant afford a house in the country but he still tries to convince himself that he can Also Linda doesnt burst his bubble either Linda says Youll do it yet dear By saying that Linda is just contributing to Willys downfall The American Dream that Willie believes in goes bad For instance as soon as he fully pays for anything it breaks on him Willie says Once in my life I would like to own something outright before its broken Im always in a race with the junkyard I just finished paying for the car and its on its last legs The refrigerator consumes belts like a goddam maniacp1196 This is just typical of Willys life Nothing ever works out like it is supposed to The American Dream is just that a dream Reality is much
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