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22 January, 22:39

Why does willy keep planting seeds where they've never grown before? why does willy think biff will be impressed with his funeral? why does ben say that biff will call willy a fool? in hope that they grow; so many people bc hes well liked; cause hes gonna know you killed yourself ?

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  1. 22 January, 23:22
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    He trusts and hopes that they will develop and grow; Willy figures Biff will be inspired in light of the fact that there will be many individuals since he is very much loved; says this since Biff will realize that Willy murdered himself.

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  2. 23 January, 00:21
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    Willy keeps planting seeds where they've never grown before because he doesn't know much about gardening. He does think Biff will be impressed with his funeral. Ben says that Biff will call Willy a fool because he plants seeds where none have grown before.
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