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The Many Faces of Death Death is seemingly a defined term but its not Through usage of language can be made torepresent physical spiritual or emotional death Only by closely examining the exact languageused can one understand the death taking place and the effects that stream into everyones lifeWilly Loman dies this is known to be true He crashes his car in order to show Biff howimportant he was and to provide money for his wife We see the funeral we know he has diedbut could he have died before he hit the tree If he did die before the crash when Where Andhow often did it happen Could he resurrect himself The answers lie hidden in the words ofArthur Miller author of Death of a Salesman Willy suffers the death of his spirit It seems to fluctuate in himself he will be down onlife then suddenly perk up but he always returns to having no hope Im tired to death Icouldnt make it I just couldnt make it Linda13 is what Willy says to Linda after cominghome from his failed attempt to get to New England Hes dejected feeling worthless andthough he casually mentions it death is on his mind While explaining the problems on his tripWilly says So I went on again- and five minutes later Im dreamin again and I nearly- I havesuch thoughts I have such strange thoughts14 This quote shows his desperation his thoughtsof crossing the line and ending it all It all seems like too much for him to handle until he hassomething he can look forward too whether it be fantasy or realityWhen Willy thinks Biff might have a chance to make it big his whole demeanor changes Ill see him in the morning Ill have a nice talk with him Ill get him a job selling He could bebig in no time16 This new life felt by Willy though it may make him happy only
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