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death of a salesman

In many works of literature, a character reaches a major point in his or her life. From that point onward, the character undergoes a significant change. Biff is a character who starts off in a specific way and in the end is so unlike what he was before.
In the beginning of Biff's life he was always portrayed as the breadwinner of the family. Willy was always saying, "your going to make money, your well liked and attractive", and Biff always took that for granted. He got everything he ever wanted, without actually have to work hard for anything,first with the girls:
"The girls pay for you? Boy you must be making a hit," (16)…"There's a crowd of girl behind him every time he changes classes" (19), then with is grades, (Bernard tells the family), "Where is he? He doesn't study! (Willy tells Bernard) You'll give him the answers (Bernard answers Willy)…I do…" and friends, "You better go down to your friends, Biff. The cellar is full of boys. They want to know what to do with themselves…(Biff) I think I'll have them sweep out the furnace (21)".
Everyone seemed to be putting an unusual amount of pressure on Biff to do good in school, to do good out of school, to be well liked and attractive. Biff seemed to like this attention that was being lavished upon himself and did not stop to think that maybe he wasn't going to live up to everything everyone wanted of him.
When he didn't make the touchdown and lost the game for the school, life basically began to crumble. Regents time came around and, the same test that Bernard was telling him he had to study for, he failed. This is one of the turning points in the books, Biff was hopeful and he decided to go to Boston to visit his father. He found his dad in an awkward position with a women he wasn't his mother. Biff began to look at his father in another way, at this point. He saw him as a

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