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Death Of A Salesman Analysis

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This document is an analysis on the play 'Death of a Salesman' explaining common themes that occur throughout the play

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The Lomans live in a house crouched by an endless amount of apartment blocks. This represents the theme of change over time and how success looks different in present day compared to previous times. The proposed idea of a successful life in America, or the American Dream, is demonstrated by the ownership of a property, a successful career and a functional nuclear family. The fact that there are apartments contrasting the nuclear Loman household indicates that there is conflict occurring possibly due to the fact that “Population is out of control and competition is maddening.” How is music used to emphasise some of the themes of the play The instrument played throughout the play is the flute, beginning and ending with a soft melody on the flute. The different melodies on the flute set the tone and mood of the play and explores ...
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