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 How does Linda treat Willy in act 1 of Death of a Salesman?

Answer She is protective of him, and almost treats him as a child, guiding him to eat cheese and comforting him in his delusion.
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How does Willy act toward the boys when they are young in Death of a Salesman?

He is a great, loving father, but he instills poor morals and ideals into them
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Why is Willy home in Death of a Salesman in Act 1?

He was unable to sell his products, and was having trouble driving, so came home
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How do the boys feel about Willy in act 1 of Death of a Salesman?

They remember him as a great guy when they were younger, but question his sanity in the present
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In the book 'The Outsiders' where does ponyboy live?

Ponyboy lives with his older brothers Darry and Sodapop in their rundown house, then he and Johnny stay in the basement of a church when they are running from the law.
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