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Unformatted text preview: 9. Why did Biff have no address for three months? Does the reason surprise you? 10. A the end of Act Two, what does Biff claims he has learned from stealing Howards Pen? 11. Why does Biff cry after the confrontation with his father? How does Willy interpret Biffs crying? 12. Why does Willy kill himself? Are his actions noble or cowardly? 13. At Willys graveside, Biff tells Charley, that theres more of his Willy in the front stoop than in all the sales hes ever made. What does Biff mean? 14. In the end, Biff says Willy had all the wrong dreams. What does he mean? 15. How does Charley characterize Willy and salesman in general at the graveside? 16. Does Biff change by the end of the play? Does Happy? If so, how so. 17. How do you interpret Lindas final words, Were free . . . Were free. Is there irony here? 18. What is the theme of Death of a Salesman ?...
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This note was uploaded on 05/12/2008 for the course ENGL 1102 taught by Professor Waren during the Spring '08 term at Middle Georgia State College.
- Spring '08