How is religion used as a mask in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible”? Why do the society in Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” suppress the physical and material desires ? How can be the society of “The Crucible” described in terms of honesty and nobleness?
What is the role of the American Dream in the life of Willy Loman? How important is being ”likable” for earning enough for the family? What changes does the death of Arthur Miller being to the life of the characters?
Who may be truly considered to be the central character of the play? Where does Willy’s insanity come from? Why are the relations between Willy and Biff so complicated?
What was Biff like before he found out Willy has a mistress? Why did Biff give up on everything after his Boston trip? In what way Willy sets Biff free when he commits suicide?
What was the life of America like during the 1950s? Is religiousness of the society of the novel real of just a social game? How does the execution of a man go against the religion?
Why does the old salesman come to the realization that his life was a failure? What is the true reasons of Biff’s disillusionment? Why does committing a suicide results the only way Willy can help his family with?
What is Willy Loman’s real world like? Why does Willy escape to the imaginary world of his dream? What happens when Willy loses his dream?
What role do the seeds play in the the delivery of the general message of the novel? Why did the diamonds become the symbol of wealth and the success in life on the novel? Why do Linda’s stocking become the symbol of marital infidelity?