How would you write a diary entry about Biff Loman's discovery of his father's affair in Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman?
Biff's diary entry after this pivotal moment would probably indicate just how heartbroken he was by this discovery. In particular, it should address the fact that he now views his father as a phony, and has lost a great deal of respect for him. After all, when he discovers his father...
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