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Death of a Salesman
Finally, I found the book/play I've been looking for. A book/play that tells it like it is. That cuts the fluff and hopeful fairy tale endings and demonstrates how capacious ambition and hard work, more often than not, leaves one like everybody else. The truth is, we're all basically alike. "A dime a dozen," in the words of Biff Loman. And being a sociable, determined person won't put one above the rest, it will put one among them. This is an excellent book/play. Arthur Miller is positively deserving of all the awards and praises.
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