Having an American Dream may not be a bad motivation for life, but Willy held on to this dream as if it was everything.
Death of a Salesman has many literary devices that help to make it deep and riveting play that has become an American classic.
The dreams of Willy are crushed prematurely when his employer cuts short his life-time career.
In order to make ends meet, Willy is forced to live on help from his long-time pal, Charley.
The play performed absolutely well in Golden Globes competition (television video category).
Reid and Malkovich both secured a place in supporting character category while Hoffman won the best character award.The constant conflict between illusion and reality is a constant struggle for him throughout the play.Willy Loman is motivated by the need to be proud, well-known, and wealthy.Death of a Salesman focuses on four characters, the main character Willy Loman, his wife Linda, and their two sons Happy and Biff Loman.Throughout the play, Arthur Miller tells us of the hard life, emotions and triumphs of sixty year old Willy Loman who is a salesman that makes his income wholly based on commission.Regardless of his length service, travelling from his New York base all through New England while in duty, he has never enjoyed any significant achievement in his job.He is in financial challenges, struggling even to pay the mortgage.Those who are well liked seem to have certain advantages and doors tend to open a little bit more easily for them. Willy Loman wants to be a great success like Dave Singleman, an eighty four year old salesman like himself.When Dave died, hundreds of salesman and buyers were at his funeral.The play story is miserable as it challenges the audience to have a review of their personal wellbeing.The main character, Willy has lived best part of his life employed as a sales representative.