ÃÂ· Linda loves Willy and his son's so much, she must lie in order to give Willy the confidence to work, which will eventually bring the money, which the family needs to survive.
ÃÂ· Biff loves their father so much, he must confess to him who he really is, and what he thinks he should be as a profession, not his father.
ÃÂ· There is a certain love in the friendship between Charley and Willy
Linda, whose entire life revolves around her husband, Willy, loves him very much. She will go as far as lying to her own husband, simply not supporting the truth. On the unusual day when Willy attempted to look at himself honestly, he came out of denial. When Willy realized that he had not made enough to pay the bills, he descended in sadness about his ability in being a salesman. He had come clean, stating other salesman who he had work with laugh at him, rather than laugh with him.
Willy also stated that he is an unsuccessful salesman, one who must spend ten or twelve hours a day making sales while other men get by on much less. But Linda on the other hand, initiatively came striking back, stating that he is not a useless salesman. Linda did this, because she loves Willy and their son's so much, she must lie in order to give Willy the confidence to work, which will eventually bring the money, which the family needs to survive. If in the case Linda had not stepped up, but rather watched Willy fail, the family would then be in a financial crisis, since Willy would probably had gone through a break down, and eventually lose his job. Love here is used in a different way as other...