Her work was to be there for her husband and two boys, doing all the house chores while her man got a job and found money to provide for them. Women are still fighting against oppression and finding a way to be regarded and treated well by society.
In both plays, therefore, reality finally catches up with the central characters, with Nora accepting the way that she has allowed herself to be treated like a child and not a woman, and Willy coming to understand that he is a failure.
Willy was ready to throw his life away to be a well -liked man and successful being.
He is saying in this quotation that even the common man can even be tragic because occasionally the one thing that he prizes the most, his sense of self dignity can be so jaded that he would rather die than except his failure.
Perhaps Miller is correct, the reader sympathisizes with Willy because he is so passionate about his self preservation and pride. They use symbolism and direct statements to show the audience that something is wrong.
Women are rarely heard or recognized in great measures.
Willy may be a common man who is nothing more than a liar, yet he is still pictured as a tragic hero. The female characters in the plays show how men refused to sacrifice themselves and integrity.
Her work was to be there for her husband and two boys, doing all the house chores while her man got a job and found money to provide for them. Does either man come to terms with the cultural myths that drove them?
His loyal wife supports him in both his fantasies and failures and her life seems to be entirely absorbed into his. His name implies he is a "low man", an ordinary man, whose dreams and expectations have been shattered by the false values of society he has put his faith in.
The characters used in the two books have been shaped by society and behave the way in the said ways because there is a conflict in their personality and psychology, the demands by society in which they live in has made them what they are.
The concerns of the writers are illuminated the sacrifices of women. How do cultural myths help Willy or Krapp face the end of their lives?
The dreams and aspiration of the woman were not regarded or considered all she was expected to do was to take care of her house and engage in everyday work."Death of Salesman" shows the downfall of the modern tragic hero, Willy Loman, a middle class working man.
Nora, in" A Doll's House" displays that characteristics of a tragic hero, in that she shows potential for greatness, but is stifled by her society.4/4(1). In Death of a Salesman the father passes deception to his boys the next generation. A Doll’s House Shows deception in a whole different way.
We are shown a women’s role with lack of power in a mans society. In Death of a Salesman Willy Loman is a self deluded, insecure traveling salesman. Nora, in” A Doll's House" displays that characteristics of a tragic hero, in that she shows potential for greatness, but is stifled by her society.
Willy Loman in "Death of a Salesman" and Nora in "A Dolls House" are two perfect examples that illustrate a tragic hero/5(1). Struggle of Nora Helmer In the play, A Doll House, Nora Helmer is a house wife who experiences an unexpected event with her husband, Torvald, which led to a whole new understanding of her life and what she was going to do with it.
Linda Loman Death of a Salesman. Linda in the “Death of a Salesman” is a representation of the traditional American woman whose work was to take care of her family; husband and children. The dreams and aspiration of the woman were not regarded or considered all she was expected to do was to take care of.
Arthur Miller's classic American play, Death of a Salesman and Henrik Ibsen’s classic play A Doll’s House, expose dysfunctional families and behaviors. In these plays, the themes of innocence, guilt and of truth and are considered through the eyes of deception.
Both plays tell us that most of us.Download