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Death of a Salesman: Compare Biff and Bernard

Different. Different were the two characters, Biff and Bernard, in Arthur Miller's, The American Dream. Each person grew up in a different environment and ended up with completely different life styles. But at the end both knew that they had to work hard to get what they wanted, and nothing is handed to you because you are well liked.

Growing up in a family full of lies Biff Loman did not know what life was really about. As a student in high school he was very well liked and was very popular in school. He was an excellent football player, which eventually gave him scholarships to colleges. Biff did very poor in school and expected his friend Bernard to help him cheat in his math class. But because Bernard did not help him Biff flunked math and couldn't graduate high school. He was raised by a man that believed that being "well likedaE...

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