death of a salesman Essay

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Annotated Bibliography Miller, Arthur. Conversations with Arthur Miller. Jackson: University of Mississippi, 1987. 27-34 Annotation: Willy Loman is a very immoral person who teaches his sons to cheat and steal. He holds the opinions of his neighbors above his own family. Moss, Leonard. Arthur Miller. New York: Twayne, 1967. 45-58 Annotation: Biff Lowman looks to his father for moral support and guidance, but instead finds his father cheating. Willy Loman refuses to admit he was wrong, and Biff is left with out a solid foundation for moral values. Weales, Gerald Clifford, ed. Arthur Miller Death of a salesman, text and criticism. New York: Penguin Books, 1977. 168-177. Annotation: Willy Lowman is unable to decide which guilt to let go. Since he is unable to subside any of his guilt he is tragically overcome and killed by his own guilty madness. Abbotson, Susan C. W. Student companion to Arthur Miller. Westport, Conn: Greenwood P, 2000. Annotation: Willy Loman is based on a real life person that Miller knew. The characteristics of the person are directly parallel to that of his Uncle Manny. Abbotson, Susan C. W. Student companion to Arthur Miller. Westport, Conn: Greenwood, 2000. 60-64 Annotation: Willy Loman is based on a real life person that Miller knew. The characteristics of the person are directly parallel to that of his Uncle Manny. Koon, Helene Wickham. "Death of a Salesman" (20th Century Interpretations). Upper Saddle River: Prentice Hall, 1983. 33-40 Annotation: Willy put all of him self into his kids. His only hope in life was that Biff and Happy would become successful in life. The kids refuse to speak to Willy, but Biff is over come by sympathy for his father and tries to reason with him. Biff asks his father to burn his dream and just be happy. Murphy, Brenda. Understanding Death of a

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