Linda Loman is right to support of Willy Loman, an American housewife, carrying the cross of a universal comforting and reassuring woman with the resilience and resignation of a Christian martyr. She is a kind and flexible wife, but she thinks only of her husband's mental state, condones his mania and reminds us of an alcoholic's wife. She is living in her reality, but when a cruel reality appears, our character frown and look away. Like her husband, Linda equates happiness and freedom with material wealth. She accepts the American ideal that success is possible for anyone, she expresses concern over Biff's poor math performance.
Linda Loman in the Essays