Ferrell, O.C. Linda, J.F. (2012). Business Ethics: Ethical Decision Making and Cases: 2009 Update. Cengage Learning
Fraedrich, J. Ferrell, O.C. Ferrell, L.(2011). Ethical Decision Making for Business. Cengage Learning.
McGlynn, M (2010). Arthur Andersen Case Studies in Business Ethics. Carnegie Mellon Temper School of Business.
BEN (Giving great weight to each word, and with a certain vicious audacity): Wiliam, when I walked into the jungle, I was seventeen. When I walked out I was twenty-one. And by God, I was rich! (He goes off into darkness around the right corner of the house)
WILLY: & #8230;was rich! That's just the spirit I want to imbue them with! To walk into a jungle! I was right! I was right! I was right! (52)
Obviously Ben appears as a sort of hallucination, which is presumably why he speaks in the tones of Theodore Roosevelt ("outstanding, manly chaps"). But the portrayal of Ben is meant to be symbolic and metaphorical: he is able to walk into the "jungle," which is "dark and full of diamonds," and emerge a rich man. What Ben