Interpretation of Tragedy in Death of a Salesman from the Social Perspective

2020 Journal of Education Teaching and Social Studies  
Death of a Salesman is the representative work of Arthur Miller, a famous modern American dramatist, which creates the character Willy Loman who arouses the strong aesthetic emotion of tragedy. From the perspective of individual, family and society, Willy's death reflects the tragic connotation of lost individual self-value, distorted role of family pillar and shattered dreams at the bottom of society in American society.
doi:10.22158/jetss.v2n4p38 fatcat:4sdnvxkg7ffzngx3rvi7dwvwlm