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Who is Charley in Death of a Salesman?

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Who is Charley in Death of a Salesman?

Literary Devices

Characterization is a common literary device. In some cases, one character acts as a foil, or represents the opposite of a character, in order to order to highlight a character. In Death of a Salesman, Charley's character symbolizes the opposite of Willy Loman's approach to life and success.

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In Death of a Salesman, Charley is Willy's next door neighbor. He is quite opposite of Willy because he is not full of bluster and approaches life and...

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