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What does DOAS stand for?

DOAS stands for Death of A Salesman (book/play)

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In "Boiler Room Boilerplate" (May), he refers to the Arthur Miller classic Death of a Salesman as "dramatically incoherent," presumably because it "unmasks its title character as a 'phony little fake' even as it seeks to elevate him to tragic stature.
Which suggests that if the job is done right--if one isn't consumed by never-enoughness, if one is not ruled by the sales goals that keep people like Fred Thomas on the treadmill--the death of a salesman isn't necessarily the stuff of tragedy.
In 1999, 50 years after it won the Tony Award as best play, Death of a Salesman won the Tony for best revival of the Broadway season.