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Biff suffering from Willys illusions and delusions Who is William Loman William Loman is the main character in the play Death Of A Salesman by Arthur Miller In the play Willy is play as an elderly salesman and lost in false hopes and illusions As Willy grown older he has trouble distinguishing between the past and present The character that suffer from Willys illusions and delusions was Biff Willys eldest son The three main reasons that Biff was suffering from Willys illusions and delusions were being well liked being a salesman and arguing with Willy all the time Willys believed that all it takes to become successful is being well liked Willy thought that Oliver would let Biff borrow some money even though if Bill Oliver hasnt seen Biff around ten years You know why he remembered you dont you Because you impressed him in those days pg108 Biff stole Olivers basketball and it been a long time that Oliver didnt see or contact with Biff so there is no way that Oliver will remember Biff Once you walk in to the jungle they dont care if you are well liked because they only care about your skills They only hired you for your skill not your look Being well liked is not the key word for being success because being popular can always be forget but if you have skills it is always there when you need it The second reasons that Willys believed Biff could be a successful salesman Biff was trying to achieve Willys goal Well I spent six or seven years after high school trying to work myself up Shipping clerk salesman business of one kind or another And its a measly manner of existence To get on that subway on the hot mornings in summer To devote your whole life to keeping stock or making phone calls or selling or buying
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