Death of a Salesman

by: Arthur Miller

Act II (continued)

1

[WILLY:] All right, stay in the bathroom here, and don’t come out. I think there’s a law in Massachusetts about it, so don’t come out.

2

[WILLY:] She’s nothing to me, Biff. I was lonely, I was terribly lonely.

3

[WILLY:] I’ll—Sure, I can make it. Suddenly concerned about his clothes. Do I—I look all right?

4

[WILLY:] Here—here’s some more. I don’t need it any more.