by Arthur Miller
Paperback, 139 pages, Penguin Group USA, List Price: $13 | purchase
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An unsuccessful traveling salesman finally confronts, in his early sixties, his shattered dreams
February 2, 2008 We never really learn what Willy sells — mostly, he tries to sell himself. He loves his sons, who find him foolish; he loves his wife, though he can be cruel. And his tragedy is the tragedy of every man who strives, who doubts, who fails.
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May 6, 2006 Author Joseph L. Badaracco Jr. thinks future business leaders can learn something from literary classics. His book Questions of Character offers lessons from eight major works.
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