"Death of a Salesman" and Seeds
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In this article the writer looks at Arthur Miller's play "Death of a Salesman" and maintains that seeds are an important representation of the salesman and his life. The writer discusses that seeds can be compared to the way Willy feels about his life as he plants them where there is no hope. The writer discusses that seeds represent hope, the seeds planted in a shadowy place represent depression, seeds planted where they cannot grow represent failed relationships and seeds that fail to grow represent the failure of the American Dream for the lonely salesman.
From the Paper:"Seeds planted in a shadow placed without the sun. Why would anyone plant seeds in a place where it was dark without any sunshine? How could seeds possibly be related to a story about the death of a salesman? Yet, seeds are an important ..."
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