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I’m talking about your father! There were promises made across this desk! You mustn’t tell me you’ve got people to see — I put thirty-four years into this firm, Howard, and now I can’t pay my insurance! You can’t eat the orange and throw the peel away — a man is not a piece of fruit! (After a pause.) Now pay attention. Your father — in 1928 I had a big year. I averaged a hundred and seventy dollars a week in commission
I’ve got to see some people, kid.
I averaged a hundred and seventy dollars a week in the year of 1928! And your father came to me — or rather, I was in the office here — it was right over this desk — and he put his hand on my shoulder...
Now, Willy, you never averaged...
Pull myself together! What the hell did I say to him? My God, I was yelling at him! How could I? Frank, Frank, don’t you remember what you told me that time? How you put your hand on my shoulder, and Frank...
You’ll have to excuse me, Willy, I gotta see some people. Pull yourself together. I’ll be back in a little while.
At this point willy is starting to get loud because Howard is telling him there no room for him with in the new York firm. will thinks he should be able to work in new York because he has been for so long and knew Howard when he was little
After Howard tells willy he never averaged $170 a week, Wily starts get angary any yells at Howard risking his chances of keeping his job.
Howard has leave and see some people and tells willy to pull himself together. willy is now thinking of how he could have done what he did and stats to focuse on the past
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