Death of a Salesman

what does Biff say to Willy about the way he wants to live and what Willy expects of him?

willy does not think that being home is good anymore

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I'm thinking this is near the end of the play when Biff finally has it out with Willy. Biff says he is tired of living under the constant shadow of lies and hyperbole. He wants to accept that he is common, "a deme a dozen".