convictions, was mystified as to why he resisted at the very end. See Garcia, 1964; Guerrero, 1998; and Vao, 1985 for more on Rizal's retraction. – The Bible and Thomas à Kempis's Imitation of Christ, which he eventually dedicated to Josephine Bracken, were two of Rizal's last readings. His final poem, "Mi Ultimo Adiós," was written on a piece of paper he kept hidden inside an alcohol. Fatal Flaws of a Salesman. Arthur Miller's play "Death of a Salesman" examines the final two days in the life of an ordinary man named Willy Loman as he begins losing his sanity and finally commits suicide. Although the time period of the play spans only two days, because of Willy's failing memory and the. Read More. Imitation in Death by Nora Roberts, November 28, 2007, Brilliance Audio on CD Value Priced edition, Audio CD in English - Abridged edition. Death of a Salesman Summary and Analysis of Act I.2. At thirty-four, Biff is well-built but somewhat worn and not very self-assured. Happy, two years younger than his brother, is tall and powerfully made. He is a visibly sexual person. Both boys are somewhat lost, Happy because he has never risked defeat.