Willy has many strong beliefs that he strives to achieve.
Throughout his entire life Willy believed that he would die a rich and successful man. We 've got a dream!.
Willy encourages Biff to a positive image of himself through dress and not to talk too much less Biff makes a false impression, as the right personality would win him success 21, The structure and complications are essential because it describes how a man can lose his way when depression takes over.
As imperfect as he is, Linda means to say, Willy Loman has given his two sons what he never had—a father. The author was attracted to sports and physical activities rather than books.
Willy seems to have a normal family, with a wife and two boys. This is certainly the case within the Loman family.But the unsubstantial things have become decisive; the spring has gone from his step, the smile from his face and the heartiness from his personality. As a result of several conflicts, both external and internal, both characters experience an extinction of the one thing that they have set their sights on It was therefore a surprise that he would end up an author an playwright. Even though the society he lives in can be blamed for much of his misfortune, he must also be the blame for his bad judgment, disloyalty and his foolish pride Literature is filled with observations, truths, and lessons on manhood. This is evident in his constant bragging and attempted compensation. He is a man who is struggling to hold onto what morality he has left in a changing society that no longer values the ideals he grew up to believe in. Willy Loman, who is an old salesman working off of commission, is not making enough money to provide the type of successful life he envisioned.