Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” shows how a hysterical and evil people can use religion as a mask to hide their true face.
Willy Loman is a very important character for “Death of a salesman” as he lives in two different worlds: the real world and the world of his American Dream.
The characters of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a salesman” reveal the life Brooklyn back in 1940’s.
Though Biff Loman was deceived by his father after his death being an intelligent young man he gets a chance to find his own dream.
Arthur Miller’s “The Crucible” reveals the life of America during the 1950s.
Arthur Miller’s “Death of a salesman” is a very complex play that reveals the loss of the American Dream and life disillusionment.
Willy Loman lived in the world of daydreaming and visions of his own American Dream occasionally having to face the real world.
The symbolism of the seeds, the diamonds and the stockings is essential for the general concept of Arthur Miller’s “Death of a salesman”.