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Death of a Salesman; certain private conversations in two acts and a requiem.

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  • Physical Description: 139 p. 21 cm.
  • Publisher: New York, Viking Press, 1949.

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Summary, etc.: Willy Loman, an old salesman, returns early from a business trip. After nearly crashing multiple times, Willy has a moment of enlightenment and realizes he shouldn't be driving. Seeing that her husband is no longer able to do his job as a traveling salesman, Willy's wife, Linda, suggests that he ask his boss, Howard, to give him a local office job at the New York headquarters. Willy thinks that getting the new job is a sure thing since he (wrongly) sees himself as a valuable salesman. However, things do not work out as Willy planned. He becomes very depressed and commits suicide.
Awards Note: 1949 Pulizter Prize for Drama
1949 Tony award for Best Play

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