Death of a Salesman

by: Arthur Miller

Requiem

1

[LINDA:] I can’t understand it. First time in thirty-five years we were just about free and clear. He only needed a little salary. He was even finished with the dentist.

2

[BIFF:] He had the wrong dreams. All, all wrong.

3

Biff lifts her to her feet and moves out up right with her in his arms. Linda sobs quietly. Bernard and Charley come together and follow them, followed by Happy. Only the music of the flute is left on the darkening stage as over the house the hard towers of the apartment buildings rise into sharp focus.