Death of a Salesman


Can we regard Willy loman as a selfish man? why?

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Willy is considered to be a very selfish man...... his greatest flaw. Willy's selfishness doesn't allow him to look past his own needs and desires, and his concept of success is based upon superfluous ideals. He doesn't thinks about the needs of his wife or his sons, and he wants his sons to achieve in all the ways he has failed......... at the expense of their own dreams.


Death of a Salesman