Abandonment In Death Of A Salesman

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Abandonment leaves humans in despair
In the play “Death of a Salesman”, a story of a man trying to obtain success for himself and his family but fails many time miserably. Willy Loman, a salesman who has been trying to ‘‘make it big’’ all his life. The play explores the theme abandonment and their effects on life’s success of the Loman family. In the play Death of a Salesman abandonment takes place very early. First mentioning that Willy Loman was abandoned by his brother at very young age. Willy sees himself as being abandoned by his older brother, Ben, and constantly views his sibling’s abandonment as one that changed his views and values forever. Willy has first seen abandonment through the workings of his brother. In Act one, Willy sees
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