Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman

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Now that you have read Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, please reflect on Willy Loman’s death and legacy. By selecting the voice of Linda, Biff, Happy, Uncle Ben or Charley, please compose Willy Loman’s eulogy at his (probably) poorly attended funeral. Make sure you include his role as father, husband, and salesman and pay careful attention to how your voice might write the speech versus another character’s voice. Please review eulogy samples online to capture formatting and style. Please quote from a line spoken by Willy in the play at least twice in your eulogy with an in-text citation. The eulogy must be 300-350 words.

Note: When quoting from Willy in your eulogy, please introduce your quote and provide an in-text citation. Here is an example: Willy told Biff and I once, “I see great things for you kids, I think your troubles are over” (Miller 1342).

Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman

I need an explanation for this English question to help me study.

Now that you have read Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, please reflect on Willy Loman’s death and legacy. By selecting the voice of Linda, Biff, Happy, Uncle Ben or Charley, please compose Willy Loman’s eulogy at his (probably) poorly attended funeral. Make sure you include his role as father, husband, and salesman and pay careful attention to how your voice might write the speech versus another character’s voice. Please review eulogy samples online to capture formatting and style. Please quote from a line spoken by Willy in the play at least twice in your eulogy with an in-text citation. The eulogy must be 300-350 words.

Note: When quoting from Willy in your eulogy, please introduce your quote and provide an in-text citation. Here is an example: Willy told Biff and I once, “I see great things for you kids, I think your troubles are over” (Miller 1342).