Death of a Salesman

discuss linda as a character in the play.what was her role in willy loman decline? why doesnt she ever seem to criticize or contract him.why does she begine to speak the truth to her son

discuss linda as a character in the play.what was her role in willy loman decline? why doesnt she ever seem to criticize or contract him.why does she begine to speak the truth to her son

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This is only a short answer space. Linda Loman is the dutiful, obedient wife to Willy and mother of Biff and Happy, Linda Loman is the one person who supports Willy Loman, despite his often reprehensible treatment of her. She is a woman who has aged greatly because of her difficult life with her husband, whose hallucinations and erratic behavior she contends with alone. She is the moral center of the play, occasionally stern and not afraid to confront her sons about their poor treatment of their father.