An Analysis of the results YOU NEED TO ace When You Get away Your Complications in "Death of a Salesman" by Arthur Miller

Death of a Salesman: Willy Lowman

Nobody has a perfect life. Everyone has got conflicts that they must

face sooner or later. The ways that persons manage these personal

conflicts can differ around the persons themselves. Some insist on

ignoring the problem so long as possible, although some attack the challenge to

get it from the way. Willy Lowman's approach in Arthur Miller's play

Death of a Salesman, leads to very extreme consequences. Willy never really

does anything to help the problem, he just escapes in to the past, whether

intentionally or not, to happier occasions were challenges were scarce. He uses

this escape as though it had been a narcotic, and as the take up progresses, the reader

learns that it could be considered a dangerous drug, as a result of it's addictiveness and

it's deadliness.

The very first time Willy sometimes appears lapsing off in to the past is when he

encounters Biff after arriving house. The dialogue between Willy and

Linda reflects Willy's disappointment in Biff and what he has