In the drama “Death of a Salesman” which is written by Arthur Miller the protagonist is the character whose name is Willy Loman. He suffers from the self-delusion and he is always obsessed with the desire to succeed. The family of Willy is strongly impacted by his actions because they contribute to their own self-delusions. Willy Loman has too extremely large ego and he also fabricates most, and we can say all his success. Willy brags about the amount of money he makes inflating by his sales commissions to his wife who is named Linda. The main character is so proud of accepting the job from Charley yet he seems to have any problem accepted money from neither him nor anybody to make the ends meet. The main character says that he was keeping strict accounts of the money that Charley has given him, but he had no intention of ever repaying this existed debt. Willy also wants to be admired, liked and recognized. He thinks and keeps in mind that the success is linked with the fact that how well the person is liked.
Willy exaggerates how well respected and liked he is and tells about this with his sons Happy and Biff in order for them to become really successful. And to achieve this goal, they have to be well liked first of all. Linda is the enabler and she is codependent on Willy. She encourages Willy all the time and takes part in all his delusions. Linda is too unselfish and all her life revolves around her husband Willy and their both sons. Despite what she may feel or think personally, she tries to impact in both sons Happy and Biff and do that they will listen to their father. Willy said that the attention must be paid and he also encouraged them to take part in his own delusions. With the help of supporting Wily, keeping the peace in the family and trying to avoid hurts and troubles, Linda is actually causing more harm than good points. Biff becomes so unable to find the way to his own happiness and he also becomes irresponsible. He was taught by Willy and he knows that the right way for achieving success is stealing, lying as well as powerful acquaintances. Biff’s disillusionment with Willy stems from the discovery of the adulterous relationship between his father and the unfaithfulness to his mother. One of both sons, Biff, becomes frustrated with the mother when Linda begins to defend Willy. He rebels against the authority and success taking pleasure during the defying their father and her husband.
In the drama “Death of a Salesman” which is written by Arthur Miller the protagonist is the character whose name is Willy Loman. He suffers from the self-delusion and he is always obsessed with the desire to succeed. The family of Willy is strongly impacted by his actions because they contribute to their own self-delusions.