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December 04, 2005

Death of a Salesman

Willy: Funny, y’know? After all the highways, and the trains, and the appointments, and the years, you end up worth more dead than alive.

I thought that this line was foreshadowing the end of the book. I mean everyone knew that he was going to die since someone said it in class but if I did not know the ending I would still feel the same with this line. He says this line and then he goes off and dies in the end of the play. There was a ling that Linda says saying:

Linda: I made the last payment on the house today. Today, dear. And there'll be nobody home.

I thought that this is what he was saying by this line. It was kind of ironic to me in a way.

Posted by DanielleMeyer at December 4, 2005 06:07 PM


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