Death Of A Salesman Modernism Analysis

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Downey 1 Maureen Doweny Period 7/8 5, May 2013 Mr. Foltz Modernism in Death of a Salesman Modernism was a philosophical and artistic movement of the twentieth century. In the play, Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller, there are examples of Stream of Consciousness, descriptions of city life, modernist characters, loose references of time and a lot about the American Dream. Stream of Consciousness is described as a literary technique that seeks to reveal an individual's point-of-view. An example of Stream of Consciousness comes from the first act of the play. “Biff Loman is lost in the greatest country in the world. A young man with such—personal attractiveness, gets lost. And such a hard worker. There's one thing about Biff—he's

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