Death of a Salesman by Arthur Miller

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What is Willy's final solution to his seemingly mounting unsolvable problems. How does he think it will help?

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Willy's final solution is to commit suicide. He has been attempting to do so when the play begins, as Linda tells her sons. His car accidents are bothced attempts, and he already has the rubber hose. Willy believes his life insurance policy of $20,000 will finally bring his family the wealth and success he has always...

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