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Plot Summary 10-12 Characterization 10 Characterization 11 Characterization 12 Key Quotations/Who said what?
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Willy
Who is the woman referring to when she says, “From now on, whenever you come to the office I'll see that you go right through to the buyers.”
100
The box of stockings.
What gift represents betrayal and sexual infidelity, as well as Willy’s pride in being financially successful?
100
Linda
In the argument with Biff and Happy, who is no longer closed off, submissive, and becomes plain-spoken in contrast to their interactions with Willy?
100
Being seen as a coward.
What is the only thing holding Willy back from suicide?
100
Biff
“Dad, I flunked math” (117). Who said this quote?
200
Flowers
When Linda is angry at her sons for not caring about their father’s wellbeing, what does she throw to the ground?
200
Take responsibility for his actions.
Willy shifting the blame of Biff failing math onto Bernard and the teacher reflects his inability to do what?
200
She is severely worried about her husband.
Why does Linda cause a scene in the house?
200
Ben
Who is optimistic about Willy’s plan to commit suicide but not exactly on board either?
200
Linda
“Don’t you care whether he lives or dies?” (123). Who said this quote?
300
Willy’s ideologies
What is the core reason as to why Biff flunked math and believed that all he needed in life was to be liked and everything would be handed to them?
300
He will never admit that he is wrong, as his pride doesn’t allow it.
What does it say about Willy’s character when he lashes out at Biff for crying?
300
Pick another one!
Bonus points for your courage!
300
He has not changed (static character).
Willy wanting to be seen as a hero by his family instead of being remembered for destroying his son’s futures even at the end of the play shows what about the character?
300
Ben
“You’ve got to be sure you’re not making a fool of yourself” (127). Who said this quote?
400
Ben won’t tell anyone, since he is only a figment of Willy’s imagination.
Why does Willy only tell Ben about his planned suicide?
400
His respect for Willy.
What does Biff lose after finding out Willy was having an affair resulting in him no longer wanting his father’s help?
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Pick another one!
Bonus points for your courage!
400
Willy said that he would never leave his sons the way his father did many years ago. By committing suicide, he will be leaving his sons forever.
What irony is shown with Willy’s planned suicide?
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It shows that Willy values how others see him more than what he actually is.
Ben: He’ll call you a coward.
Willy: No, that would be terrible.
Ben: Yes. And a damned fool.
Willy: No, no, he mustn’t, I won’t have that!
Why is this interaction significant?




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