Willy Loman clings to the belief that he is a success as a salesman, that he is a beloved family man, that he is well-liked; but, as he grows older, he is forced to contemplate the unpleasant reality of his existence.
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Mort d'un commis voyageur
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Did You Know?
In his autobiography "Timebends", Arthur Miller
speculates that his unconscious mind picked the name "Loman" for Willy Loman, the protagonist of his play "Death of a Salesman", based on his conscious experience of being thrilled by The Testament of Dr. Mabuse
(1933), which featured a character named "Inspector Lohmann". See more
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