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A PSYCHIARIST'S NOTES ON WILLY ACCORDING WHAT BIFF, LINDA AND HAPPY HAVE SAID

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A PSYCHIARIST'S NOTES ON WILLY ACCORDING WHAT BIFF, LINDA AND HAPPY HAVE SAID... Linda: * Cares about her husband therefore, doesn't want anyone to hurt him and make him feel depressed and unwanted. * Knows the reality and the truths about Willy's job, therefore never forces him to earn more money than he makes (actually he never makes). ...read more.

Middle

* Thinks that they both don't belong to the business world that they are trying to fit in... * Deeply, he admires his father... takes him as a role model believes that he can solve every problem that he has until the day he caught him with "the woman"... * Therefore, angry with him... doesn't satisfy the expectations and the dream of his father about the American Dream * At last found himself and therefore has a fight ...read more.

Conclusion

* Doesn't even try to fix the problem between Biff and his father * Has the same life philosophy with his father... the American Dream... * (I sense a jealousy towards his brother Biff) didn't get any attention from his father during his childhood and even now... Therefore, as a result he is somewhat jealous of Biff and wants to achieve the American dream to get attention from his father... * (It is hard to tell his feelings and thoughts about his father) sometimes he seems to be protective sometimes he doesn't even care... ...read more.

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