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Psychological Disturbance of Willy Loman

Kuldeep Walia

ISBN 10: 3659195618 / ISBN 13: 9783659195617
Published by LAP Lambert Academic Publishing
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84 pages. Dimensions: 8.7in. x 5.9in. x 0.2in.This book covers Willys illusions of materialistic success related to the myth of the American dream. This idea elevates the play to another dimension where American culture and politics play pivotal roles in the lives of the characters. The play indicates a system that values machines more than men. In an effort to achieve American dream, Willy Loam clings to past fables that elude him constantly. Willy is a perfect example of someone who feels betrayed because he cant achieve the financial goals society has set up for him. . In fact, The Inside of His Head was the first title conceived for the play because in Millers own words the inside of his head was a mass of contradictions. We catch glimpses of Willys subconscious distraught with guilt, hope and regret. It is through these scenes that Miller allows us to see the internal turmoil of a mind that has not come out of adolescence and because of it, is unable to help his own sons to healthy maturity. This item ships from multiple locations. Your book may arrive from Roseburg,OR, La Vergne,TN. Bookseller Inventory # 9783659195617

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Title: Psychological Disturbance of Willy Loman

Publisher: LAP Lambert Academic Publishing

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:New

Book Type: Paperback

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This book covers Willy's illusions of materialistic success related to the myth of the American dream.This idea elevates the play to another dimension where American culture and politics play pivotal roles in the lives of the characters.The play indicates a system that values machines more than men.In an effort to achieve American dream, Willy Loam clings to past fables that elude him constantly.Willy is a perfect example of someone who feels betrayed because he can't achieve the financial goals society has set up for him.. In fact, The Inside of His Head was the first title conceived for the play because in Miller's own words "the inside of his head was a mass of contradictions."We catch glimpses of Willy's subconscious distraught with guilt, hope and regret. It is through these scenes that Miller allows us to see the internal turmoil of a mind that has not come out of adolescence and because of it, is unable to help his own sons to healthy maturity.

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Mrs Kuldeep Walia is working as Assistant. Professor & Head of Applied Sciences Department at Rayat Bahra Institute of Engg. & Nano-Technolgy Hoshiarpur,Punjab, India. She has 9 year experience of teaching Arts and Engineering Graduates and Post Graduates. Her specialization is in American Drama. She is member of various professional bodies.

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