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Death of a Salesman

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Jocelyn Merejo

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Transcript of Death of a Salesman


Paloma Méndez
Jocelyn Merejo
Valentina Rozas
Death of a salesman
characters
womanizer

Humble
Nerd
PROUD
Successful


not well-liked

insensitive

businessman
PRACTICAL
HONEST
self-absorbed
Realism seeks to reproduce the effect of true/real life.

Realism or Exaggeration?
CHARACTERS
Real people carrying on ordinary activities of everyday life. The audience can recognize themselves and others in these characters as they are members of the real world.

Dialogue

Ordinary American speech, including slang and cliches.
Subject Matter of Conversations
The characters talk about aspirins, mortgages, refrigerators, life insurance, etc.
Those characters are portraying the average life of Americans, in which they do not achieve their goals by only dreaming
.

T
he American life
HOWARD
Bernard & Charley
Businessman focused on business
Successful and humble
Miller wants us to remember the importance of being true to ourselves and down to earth when approaching our dreams.

The American life
happy
Womanizer, exaggerates his position
Why did Miller choose those names?
LOMAN
BIFF
WILLIAM
BEN
WILLIAM
minor characters
HAPPY
Charley
BERNARD
Charley's son
Biff and Happy' friend
Nerd
howard
Willy's boss
Businessman
Selfish
Willy's son
Willy's neighbour and friend
Businessman

Willy Loman
Happy
Ben
Biff
WILLY
“Willy”-ness, willfulness.

HAPPY
He follows his father’s footsteps.

WHy ARE THEY IMPORTANT?
Conclusion
Biff's shadows
Womanizer
ambitious
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