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Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller
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Nov 19, 2008

it was amazing
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Superb. The dialogue is excellent and wholly believable. The characters, or at least the significant ones, are multi dimensional and there is a cunningly woven plot which interescts past and present. Miller crucifies the American Dream slowly and delightfully. Willy Loman, who believes in a slightly warped American Dream (that a man can be succesful with charm and a bit of luck) watches as life takes this dream and crushes it underfoot and then proceeds to spit on it.

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