Arthur Miller 's Death Of A Salesman Essay

812 Words May 24th, 2016 4 Pages
“This is my family. I found it all on my own. It’s little and broken, but still good. Yeah, still good.” “Lilo and Stitch” is a childhood classic. From the cute little alien creatures that have come down to Earth, and the realistic big sister-little sister relationship, “Lilo and Stitch” is a viewing for all people of all ages. The movie teaches young children about the fundamentals of how family really works. The movie depicts a family that is made up of all different types of people, coming from all different walks of life. And despite the negative outlook many seemed to have with the family, they always seemed to pull through and make it work, one struggle after the other. In Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, we are able to see yet another piece of literature that deals solely with the concept of being a dysfunctional family, for three key reasons.
The Loman family in Arthur Miller’s Death of a Salesman, is considered a dysfunctional family for many reasons but the biggest one has to be the dishonesty that the family ensues. In Death of a Salesman, there are many scenes where it is apparent that someone in the family is not telling the truth. And often times, the information that has either been left out or altered, is significant in the grand scheme of things. This dishonestly is often times ignored by the rest of the family, either because they don’t know if they can handle the truth or because they already know it. However, the members of the Loman family are not…

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