Make sure you don’t read the title of this play otherwise you’ll be spoiled!
Okay. I don’t know how to start this. I’m pretty sure in it’s time, Death of a Salesman was an amazing play. But for now, I don’t really like anything or anyone except for Biff Loman.
Willy Loman is just like any other man who wants to follow the American Dream—but not really. He’s constantly blubbering and chasing dreams that won’t ever come true with his kind of thinking.
Don’t even get me started on Linda. My God. What kind of woman ever stays with a man like that, no matter what kind of justification she’s able to give to her kids I would personally never agree with her.
I mean, the message is explained extremely well. But, eh. It was okay.