I need note cards for this research paper, please advise. Out of the six cited sources one needs to be the play itself
Death of a Salesman. One fact or Quote needs to be on a note card. The three themes that will be part of this research paper is American Dream, Abandonment and Betrayal
. American Dream Source-CLA Journal 37, no1(Sept 1993):29-41,Critic:Steven R. Centola,Criticism:Death of a Salesman By:Arthur MIller. 2.Source:Twentieth Century Lit:January,1970pp16-25,'wHAT Price Arthur Miller?Critic:C.W.E. Bigsby.3. Source:Twentieth Century Lit,Jan,1970,pp.16-25 /ABANDONMENT/"Family Values in Death of a SalesmansOURCE:cla jOURNAL 37,no1(Sept1993)29-41 Critic:Steven R. Centola, Criticism about Death of a Salesman
/,"Miller's Poetic use of Demotic English in Death of a Salesman,Criticism about Death of a Salesman
sOURCE:Studies in American Jewish Lit 17(1998):120-128an/Critic:Frank ArdolinoSource:Modern Drama 43, no1_spring 2000):48-55.Critic:Fred Ribkoff,"Shame,Guilt,Empathy,and the Search for Identity in Arthur MIller's Death of a Salesm
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I. American Dream-Willy believes wholeheartedly in what he considers the promise of the American Dream-that a "well liked" indubitably and deservedly acquire the material comforts offered by modern American life.Willy's interpretation of like ability is superficial-he childishly dislikes Bernard because he considers Bernard a nerd. Willy's blind faith in his stunted version of the American Dream leads to his rapid psychological decline when he is unstable to accept the disparity between the Dream and his own life.
II. Abandonment-Willy's life charts a course from one abandonment to the next, leaving him in great despaire each time. Willy's father leaves him and then his brother Ben, Willy then develops a fear of abandonment, which makes him want his family to conform to the American Dream. His efforts to raise perfect sons, however, reflect his inability to understan reality.
- Willy's primary obsession throughout the play is what he considers to be Biff's betrayal
of his ambitions for him. Willy believes that he has every right to expect Biff to to fulfill the promise inherent in him. When Biff walks out on Willy's ambitions for him, Willy takes this rejection as a personal affront.Willy assumes that Biff's betrayal
stems from Biff's discovery of Willy's affair with the Women- a betrayak of Lindas love. Whereas Willy feels that Biff betrayed him, Biff feels that Willy, a "phony little fake," has betrayed him.
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