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, it's likely that you've found one of theimportant characters other than Willy to be particularly interesting.Perhaps you sympathize more with this character's conflicts or understandhis or her viewpoint better than that of the other characters.Based on what you've learned up to this point in the play, write a briefcharacter sketch of your chosen principal character—any importantcharacter other than Willy himself. In all likelihood, you've done charactersketches in previous English language arts courses. A character sketch,remember, should discuss factors such as the person's• personality traits • values and motivation• struggles and conflicts • strengths and weaknessesBut a good character sketch should dig a bit deeper than this. Forinstance, if Linda Loman interests you, you might ask questions like these:Does Linda understand Willy?Is there depth to her character, or is she the soft and submissivewife and mother she sometimes appears?Does she have a realistic view of her sons?Is she just when she says that her sons have treated their fatherthe same way the Wagner company did?Finally, remember that when writing a character sketch you should alwaysprovideevidenceandreasons to back up your points.