Death of a Salesman

linda reassured willy about what accomplishment?


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Linda is Willy's own personal reality check, conscience if you like; she loves him unconditionally. At the beginning of the play she is quick to assure him that he has accomplished two things; one, that he is a good provider; two, that he's handsome. I don't agree that being considered handsome is any type of accomplishment, but may just be the author's attempt to joke with a little superficiality. Linda also reassures Willy that he is 'enough' of a success.