The Question and Answer section for Death of a Salesman is a great resource to ask questions, find answers, and discuss the novel.
I'm not sure if you have a specific scene in mind, but over the course of the text, Ben is representative of success.
Willy simply is not a good salesman and the company has no use for him. Willy claims He that the company sends him where they send him and that he doesn’t know anyone.
The thirty-four year old son of Willy Loman, Biff was once a star high school athlete with a scholarship to UVA. But he never attended college nor graduated from high school, after refusing to attend summer school to make up a flunked...