Theme Of Death Of The Moth By Virginia Woolf - Words | Cram
Death is a topic that is most accepted by some but yet a taboo to talk about for many. To them, it means the end of everything with that loved one. It is a very scary and painful topic to talk about. The lives of those lost are celebrated around the world in many ways.
Have you ever felt compelled to reconcile your past uncertainties and worries with new or present situations in the pursuit of a meaningful life? Or in the case of Death of a Salesman, a pursuit of the American Dream. The self-delusion indirectly affects him and his surroundings including the people around him. These norms guide him towards his accentuated view of who he is and what he wants to achieve, subsequently negatively influencing his eldest son Biff Loman, and adding stress towards himself. In this play, the distinctness between the two characters and their contrasted sense of reassurance describes how past uncertainties in their lives are comprehended and this in result drives the story.