Scene 5 continues in the past where Scene 4 ended

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Scene 5 continues in the past where Scene 4 ended. Linda enters the kitchen carrying a basket of  laundry. Biff orders Happy and his friends, who are waiting down in the cellar, to help with the  chores. Some hang laundry; others sweep out the furnace room. Linda and Willy are left alone and  begin discussing his earnings from the trip to New England. Willy exaggerates his sales, telling Linda  that he sold $1,200, but when she calculates his commission, Willy is forced to admit that he only  sold $200. Linda recites an itemized list of bills that exceeds his $70 commission by approximately  $50. Willy becomes agitated and refuses to pay for the carburetor for the Chevy because he  considers the car worthless, even though he praised the car at the beginning of the scene. Willy declares that he will be successful in Hartford because he is "well-liked," but he immediately 
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This note was uploaded on 12/09/2011 for the course ENG 101 taught by Professor Staff during the Fall '11 term at University of Houston.

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