Death Of A Salesman by Arthur Miller

This classic play explores the life of a failing salesman who, in his quest for the American Dream, struggles with his relationships and his own sense of reality. The protagonist's life spirals into despair as he grapples with his unfulfilled ambitions, strained family dynamics, and ultimately, his own mortality. The narrative delves deep into the themes of identity, illusion, and the destructive nature of the American Dream.

The 522nd greatest book of all time


Published
1949
Nationality
American
Type
Fiction
Pages
100-150
Words
24,000
Original Language
English

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