Veronica Elizabeth "Ronnie" Mitchell (also Branning), is a fictional character from
the BBC soap ... She tries tricking Jack into getting her pregnant and rekindles
her romance with Joel u...
Try to protect him but to also try not to embarrass him. ... Lindas reaction when
she discovers Willy is trying to kill himself is to? Lindas reaction when she ...
Linda says that she would have told Biff, if he had an address where he could be
reached. She also ... Linda says that Willy is dying and that he's been trying to kill
himself. ... Biff finds Willy's rubber tubing behind the heater, and is horrified.
Linda looks for Willy and finds him talking to himself outside. ... Willy asks Linda if
she still has the diamond watch fob that Ben gave him when he visited. ... Linda
tells the boys that Willy has attempted to commit suicide several times. ... Biff's
comment that Willy is a "fake" startles Linda, but her reaction is mute...
She explains that all of his automobile accidents are actually failed suicide
attempts. ... Linda tries to offer support, but Willy tells her several times to be quiet
Linda is harsh on her sons, accusing them of being ungrateful and oblivious. She
points out that Willy's been trying to kill himself in car "accidents" and such.
Willy tries to convince imaginary Linda of the scheme, but she insists Willy's job
and life are .... Biff finds his dad out back on his hands and knees planting seeds.
... Unwilling to react to Biff's attempts to say good-bye, Willy keeps asking about
Oliver (which is ... Biff whips out the piping that his father tried to kill h...
Despite Linda's urging him to come inside, Willy wants to go for a walk, so he
disappears around the left ... She tells them that Willy's been trying to kill himself.
against Willy himself and ultimately leads him to self-destruction. ... Willy's
Suicide 36 .... discovered him with his mistress—a discovery that the father fears
has ... altogether perfect, indicates the effect Miller is trying to achieve in [the play]
. ...... Linda's reaction is justified, for as she does not hear what Biff s...
EXPRESSIONISM * Was a reaction to realism and began in the 1900s. ... Willy
has a longsuffering wife, Linda, and two sons: Biff and Happy. ... He is full of
imagination, even to the point of committing suicide in a scheme to make .... in the
second act, when Biff discovers them, she is obviously spending the night with