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Death of a Salesman is a play by Arthur Miller It takes place in New York It is about aman named Willy Loman He has been traveling salesman for the Wagner Company for 34years He has a wife named Linda and two sons named Biff and Happy Happy lives inNew York and works in a department store After 14 years Biff finally comes homelooking for a job in New York Willy is so happy that his sons are with him that hedecides to ask his Boss if he can have a job in New York rather than New EnglandInstead Willy gets fired Willy then asks his friend Charley for fifty dollars and Charleyoffers Willy a good job in New York Willy refuses and leaves to go meet his sons in arestaurant Later on after they have gone home Willy commits suicide because with theinsurance money he feels that Biff could be such a magnificent person Willy Loman cameback home after having left for New England one day He is a traveling salesman for theWagner Company His wife Linda is at home and he tells her how he hasnt been able tokeep his mind on driving He starts daydreaming and his car just swerves off to the side ofthe road He asks about their son Biff who hasnt been home in over 14 years He isvisiting in New York and is staying with them Willy starts daydreaming about when Biffwas a senior in high school and was in a big football game People were coming from allover to offer him scholarships But something happened that year because Biff was neverable to find himself Now that Biff is in New York him and his brother Happy are tryingto think of a job that Biff could get in New York They decide that he could ask MrOliver a man Biff used to work for He wants to ask him for a loan of ten thousanddollars so that Biff
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