Willy Loman, Biff Loman, Happy Loman, Linda Loman
Charley, Bernard, Uncle Ben, The Woman
Howard Wagner, Jenny, Stanley, Miss Forsythe and Letta
Person-against-self - an internal conflict of feelings.
Person-against-person - the typical protagonist vs. antagonist scenario.
Person-against-society - the protagonist battles against the larger organizations of society
(or a system of beliefs held by society).
Person-against-nature - the protagonist is threatened by a component of nature.
Themes: The American Dream, Abandonment, Betrayal, Idealism vs. Realism
Symbols: Seeds, Diamonds, Stockings, The Rubber Hose
Motifs: Heroes and Mythic Figures, The American West, Alaska, and The African Jungle
Aspects of the Theatrical Stage Production
Use of Dramatic Questions – dramatic hooks, devices to hold the attention of the audience. (Examples include: Will he come? Who did it? Will he or she succeed?)
Subdivisions: Scene & Act Construction – effect on plot pace, tension.
Staging: The Effect of a One Stage Set
The visual/audio production as stated in the stage direction (staging, lighting, backdrop, sound effects, music, etc.)