In the new age of commerce and the Darwinian drive to succeed, Willy Loman is a relic. He wants the best for his family, and particularly his son Biff. But, firmly on life’s downslope without ever having reached the peak, he has nothing left to offer them and resigns himself to the grim reality that he is worth more dead than alive.

Told mainly in flashback sequences, Arthur Miller’s Death Of A Salesman is considered the masterpiece of one of America’s greatest playwrights.

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