Death of a Salesman

by: Arthur Miller

Act I (continued)

1

[WILLY:] Just wanna be careful with those girls, Biff, that’s all. Don’t make any promises. No promises of any kind. Because a girl, y’know, they always believe what you tell ‘’em, and you’re very young, Biff, you’re too young to be talking seriously to girls,

2

[WILLY]:] Don’t say? Tell you a secret, boys. Don’t breathe it to a soul. Someday I’ll have my own business, and I’ll never have to leave home any more.

3

[BERNARD:] Listen, Biff, I heard Mr. Birnbaum say that if you don’t start studying math he’s gonna flunk you, and you won’t graduate. I heard him!