Death of a Salesman

Start: Business is definitely business,

Willy Loman

Death of a Salesman

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Start: Business is definitely business, but just listen for a minute You don't understand this. When I was a boy-eighteen, nineteen---I was already on the road.

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End: Today, it's all cut and dried and there's no chance for bringing friendship to bear---or personality. You see what I mean? They don't know me any more!

For full, extended monologue see:
Miller, Arthur. Death of a Salesman. Penguin Books, 1961, pp.63-4.

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