Death of any Salesman is a tale about a man named Willy Loman, who is a sixty-two year vacationing salesman. Willy is enthusiastic about the American Goal. He has high anticipations and fantasies about what life should be for himself and his family. Willy will not understand the truth of how to successfully acheive the North american Fantasy. Willy is wedded to Linda and they have two sons Biff and Happy. The theory I'll apply to this play is psychoanalytic criticism. Psychoanalytic criticism is utilized to help us handle our mental health disorders. Some of the psychoanalytical themes or templates shown in this play include displacement, low self-esteem, concern with abandonment, insecure or unpredictable sense of self applied and oedipal complex, concern with betrayal and regression.