A Raisin in the Sun
Would you consider you family to be the most important relationship in people's lives? A Raisin in the Sun is about a African-American family struggling in poverty. The Younger family has many dreams, each individual having their own dream, that contradict their relationship as a family. The families troubled issues, and high dreams have caused their connection as a family to disjoin. People should consider, that the most important relationship in their lives, is one with their family.
Walter Younger is the only man in the family, although he doesn't betray to be in the beginning. Walter dreams of owning a liquor store with his good friends. He plans on using his deceased fathers insurance money to accomplish his dream. Walter states to his mother," Do you know what this money means to me? Do you know what this money can do for us? Mama-Mama- I want so many things." Walter is too concerned about the money, he believes that investing in a liquor store will open a passage of opportunity. He isn't even well knowledge in investing into a store. Towards the ending of the storing Walter begins to become a man. He stands up for his family pride. He tells his son, " Just tell me where you want to go to school and you'll go. Just tell me what it is you want to be and you'll be it..Whatever you want to be-Yessir!
you just name it, son.. and I hand you the world!" This shows Walter to be a caring father. He then realizes the importance of his family.
Beneath is a 22 year old college student. She is mamas daughter and Walters sister. She dreams of becoming a Doctor. Beneath states sarcastically in the novel to her brother, "Forgive me for wanting to be anything at all?" Beneath sees' herself as being superior to her family. She is ashamed in them for not wanting to achieve successful careers. Beneath shouldn't blame them for whom they've become, she should understand that they do the best they can and didn't receive the opportunity of going...
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