In Arthur Miller's Death of a Salesman, why is Biff determined to tell Willy the truth about himself?
In Arthur Miller's "Death of a Salesman ", Biff is determined to have his father hear about his true self. Throughout his entire life, Willy has convinced Biff that being successful meant that you didn’t have to work hard, you only had to be well-liked. He also instilled such false values as stealing, lying to yourself and others, and convincing yourself of untruths. In fact, Willy was able to convince himself that he was...
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