Death of a Salesman

death of a salesman

what does biff do that elates willy? 

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During the climax of the play back at home after the scene at Frank's Chop House, Biff confronts Willy about his epiphany. Biff realizes that the perceptions he had held for his entire life (that Willy instilled into him) up till this point were false. Willy essentially says that Biff is only saying this to spite him, Biff then begins to cry for his father's delusional and forgone state. At this point, Willy replies "isn't that remarkable? Biff- He likes me!"