Death of a Salesman

What is the role of the American Dream in the life of Willy Loman? How important is being “well-liked” to Willy? Does being “well-liked” correlate to earning a living for Willy and his family?

Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman

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Willy's American Dream is to be successful...... and well liked. He believes that success is directly dependent upon being well liked. As a salesman, he believed that being popular was integral to making sales and growing a customer base.

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Death of a Salesman