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me. Suddenly I realize I?m goin? sixty miles an hour and I don?t remember the last five minutes. I?m- I can?t seem to-keep my mind on it. LINDA. Maybe it?s your glasses. You never went for your new glasses. (1638) She doesn?t want him to blame himself for anything, she continuously strives to put him on a pedestal. Even when he is blaming himself, she tries to redirect the blame. This is consistent in her character throughout the play. Smelser, 4 The characters in the Loman family are evenly balanced in the aspect of their static and dynamic characteristics. Willy and Linda are static; Willy does not deter from his American Dream rationale, and Linda does not stop putting him on a pedestal. Happy and Biff are the dynamic characters; Happy becomes the more successful and more

well-liked, while Biff becomes the spitting image of his father, eventually realizing his father?s faults. Arthur Miller does a wonderful job of keeping a balance between static and dynamic characters within Death Of A Salesman. Bibliography Work Cited Miller, Arthur. Death of a Salesman. Literature: An Introduction to Fiction, Poetry, and Drama. Ed. X.J. Kennedy and Dana Giola. 7th ed. New York: Longham, 1999. 1636 – 1701.