Volume 20 No 22 (2022)
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A Schizophrenic State of willyloman and Requiem Arthur Miller’s Death of a salesman
The term of this paper is to analyse the significance of Requiem in Arthur Miller’s Death of a salesman. In this play the requiem focuses mainly on the reaction of different people to Willy’s suicide the members of the Willy family Charley and Bernard are gathered at the graveyard. In the requiem, Linda and Happy stand in shock after Willy’s poorly attended funeral. Biff State’s that Willy had the wrong dreams. Charley defends Willy as a victim of his profession Biff invites Happy to go back into west with him. Happy dictates that he will stick it out in New York to voidableWilly’s death. Linda asks Willy for forgiveness for being unable to cry. She being to sob, respecting. “We’re free…”
Requiem, Victim, Graveyard, Suicide
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