Death of a Salesman

Find a concept or dialogue from the play that makes use of the word "Laconic"

From Death of A Salesman Act 1

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The word "laconic" is used in the stage directions.

(Charley has appeared in the doorway. He is a large man, slow of speech, laconic, immovable. In all he says, despite what he says, there is pity, and, now, trepidation. He has a robe over pajamas, slippers on his feet. He enters the kitchen.)


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