Death of a Salesman
Important Quotations Explained
when I saw that, I realized that selling was the greatest career
a man could want. ’Cause what could be more satisfying than to be
able to go, at the age of eighty-four, into twenty or thirty different
cities, and pick up a phone, and be remembered and loved and helped
by so many different people?
saw the things that I love in this world. The work and the food
and the time to sit and smoke. And I looked at the pen and I thought,
what the hell am I grabbing this for? Why am I trying to become
what I don’t want to be . . . when all I want is out there, waiting
for me the minute I say I know who I am.
3. A diamond
is hard and rough to the touch.
planted. I don’t have a thing in the ground.
a man way out there in the blue, riding on a smile and a shoeshine . . . A salesman is got to dream, boy.
by Kennethtidge, September 15, 2012
This analysis is so much simpleminded BS. A less than cursory, sloppy interpretation.
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by WhiteRaven007, October 09, 2012
I went on here to review for a test, and it was a complete waste of time. The interpretation of the play is no narrow minded my 10 year old brother could have figured it out.
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