The following links should help you with your research on Death of A Salesman
SITE DESCRIPTION: Death of a Salesman is widely regarded as one of, it not THE, best plays written by an American. Written in a fit of inspiration and polished off in less than six weeks, this play opened in 1949 and now has been produced in every major country including China and in more than thirty languages. Below, I have links to the study questions, the synopsis of the play, and brief introductions to themes, symbols, techniques, and major ideas of the play. They should all help you better understand and more thoroughly enjoy the play.\
SITE DESCRIPTION: This site provides a comprehensive list of study questions to help you with your study of the play.
SITE DESCRIPTION: This is a very interesting article on the system and the American Dream. It will help you to understand some of the major themes of the novel.
SITE DESCRIPTION: This site provides summary, analysis, character list as well as links to other sites.
Great site for research on this play.
SITE DESCRIPTION: The Bellmore-Merrick Central High School District and the English Department of Calhoun High School are not responsible for any errors that may be found in these guides. Students should use these together with other study materials and bring any questions to the attention of their English teachers.
DESCRIPTION: This web site is part of the Literary Department of Homework
Online. It has been created to help students and readers of Arthur Miller's
famous tragedy Death of A Salesman better understand the play. Included
in this site are summaries and explanations, character analysis, discussion
of themes, a user's forum where readers can discuss and ask questions,
and much more. We even have an online store where you can purchase the
play, notes on the play, and even the movie adaptation starring Dustin
SITE DESCRIPTION: This database contains the complete dialogue from Arthur Miller's play Death of a Salesman in a full concordance format: every word in the dialogue of the play is indexed and connected to its textual context. You can search it for wordlists (alphabetic and frequency-ordered), for KWIC concordances, and for collocations (in the context around the keyword).
SITE DESCRIPTION: This site contains summaries, notes on character etc.
DESCRIPTION: This site contains a plot summary, character analysis, metaphor
analysis and a biography.
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