It would be a toss-up between Biff and Linda as to who suffers the most from Willy's delusions, but in the end, I would side with Linda—though she is also an enabler.
Linda sees Willy's problems and strengths in a way no other character does. She know that Willy is not suited for sales work, and she knows full well he has not been successful in sales. She sees that her husband is delusional, knows he has attempted suicide before, and realizes he has a hose and is prepared to attempt suicide again. She understands that he has to puff himself because of his low self-esteem. Linda suffers both materially and emotionally as she has to prop up this psychologically fragile man who has betrayed her with other women.
Linda also has to suffer watching Willy's behavior damage her sons' life. Biff has imbibed Willy's delusion that you don't have to work hard to get ahead, only be personable. Biff has also suffered greatly from the disillusion he experienced when he found out in high school that...
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