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About the Book: Death of a Salesman

"The only thing you got in this world is what you can sell."

Fired at the age of sixty for being old and unproductive, Willy Loman still hasnt lost his faith in the American Dream. Having served as a travelling salesman for almost half his life and having failed miserably, he still hasnt given up on his myth of success.

But as his delusions lead to familial struggles, abandonments, and betrayals, what would become of Willy when he finally faces reality? A realistic tragedy critiquing the myths of American capitalism, Death of a Salesman was Arthur Millers theatrical triumph. A classic of the twentieth century American theatre, it received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1949. Having undergone numerous adaptations and productions, the play continues to move its audiences.

'A CLASSIC. IT IS ONE OF THE MAJOR

TEXTS OF OUR TIME.

CLIVE BARNES, New York Post.

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Death of a Salesman

Death of a Salesman

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  • ISBN:9788175994300
  • Author: Arthur Miller
  • Publisher: Fingerprint! Publishing
  • Format: Paperback
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About the Book: Death of a Salesman

"The only thing you got in this world is what you can sell."

Fired at the age of sixty for being old and unproductive, Willy Loman still hasnt lost his faith in the American Dream. Having served as a travelling salesman for almost half his life and having failed miserably, he still hasnt given up on his myth of success.

But as his delusions lead to familial struggles, abandonments, and betrayals, what would become of Willy when he finally faces reality? A realistic tragedy critiquing the myths of American capitalism, Death of a Salesman was Arthur Millers theatrical triumph. A classic of the twentieth century American theatre, it received the Pulitzer Prize for Drama in 1949. Having undergone numerous adaptations and productions, the play continues to move its audiences.

'A CLASSIC. IT IS ONE OF THE MAJOR

TEXTS OF OUR TIME.

CLIVE BARNES, New York Post.

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