What is Hegelian Self-Realization and how it can be achieved; is the basic phenomenon in this research. This research explores the Hegel’s concept of Self-Realization in Arthur Miller’s play Death of a Salesman. The main issue that is being discussed here is that, how a man realizes himself, gets basic knowledge and realizes his inner self to enjoy a superior life. Therefore this research will explore the mental and psychological behavior of the characters of the play about their self. This research discusses the journey of characters of Death of a Salesman. The study focuses on the protagonist’s journey towards the search of self. It also founds that Self-Realization needs a proper knowledge and care about individual’s personality. The protagonist Willy Loman makes a long journey, does a job for which he wonders in different cities because one who tries to seek truth about his personality put his life in trouble. As he aware about the reality of the social harshness then he becomes more and more restricted about his self. When protagonist gets full knowledge about the reality of the society and about his personality then he thinks that it is better to die than to live.
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