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American Dream Willy Loman is a man on a mission His purpose in life is to achieve a false sense of the American Dream but is this what Willy Loman really wants In Death of a Salesman Arthur Miller analyzes the American Dream by portraying to us a few days in the life of a washed up salesman named Willy Loman The American Dream is a definite goal of many people meaning something different to everyone Willys version is different from most people though his is based more on being well-liked and achieving monetary successes rather than achieving something that will make him happy Willy never becomes part of the American Dream because he never follows his true dreams and aspirations He chooses a career that will make him money but not much rather than a career that he will enjoy This is the big mistake that Willy makes in his life and in the end he never overcomes it Willy never becomes part of the American Dream because he tries to become successful and wealthy rather than spending his life doing something that would bring him and his family joy The American Dream is a term used to summarize the basic ideals held by the American public Death of a Salesman focuses on this dream and analyses the dreams significance in the American social order The basic principal behind the American Dream is the belief that if people have an aspiration and they work for it they will achieve their dreams Furthermore what lies at the heart of the American Dream is the desire to achieve wealth and power based on ones looks and appearance rather than the value and quality of their work The American Dream is supposedly what everyone wants to end up with a family a house a car and a well paying job The problem is that not everyone wants these things People all over the world desire
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