What Is The American Dream As Portrayed In "Death Of A Salesman"?

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3 pages in length. Willy Loman's struggle to attain his perception of the American Dream was interrupted time and again by the harshness of reality. To Loman, his interpretation of the dream was a contest of sorts, being better than the other guy rather than just concentrating on being the best Willy Loman he could become. This constant internal pressure to out-perform everyone else wore down Loman's fortitude and ambition, ultimately casting him in the role of quitter. No additional sources cited.