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I bet you already read “A Raisin in the Sun” story for my assignment last week, it will be easy for you to just write 3 or 4 sentences for this assignment.
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In the story ?A Raisin in the Sun,? Walter stands out to me as an interesting character that has a lot of personality traits throughout the play. Readers see the first sight of Walter?s giving personality when Travis, their son, needs fifty cents to take to school. Although Ruth replies that they do not have that kind of money, Walter gives Travis a whole dollar, which we later find out it was for his fare to get to work. Next, we as readers see a side of betrayal; Ruth comes home astonished that she is pregnant and Walter is too concerned about his liquor store business that he fails to give Ruth the attention she deserves. Walters?s next trait that is degrading is that he has been coming home drunk everyday and then find out Walter has not been going to work. Lastly, to end his streak of carelessness, Walter performs a disgrace to his family by putting all of the money Mama gave him into the liquor store that ended up getting stolen. This left the family with no money to their name. Because of this, Walter considers moving out of the white community for money to save his family but later realizes they are too hard working to give up like that. These traits show Walter?s transition from not being a man of his word to being an individual that was considered the man of the house. We know he is considered this because he did the right thing and his family respects him for it.
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LORRAIN E
HANSBERR Y
A
Raisin
in the Sun
Characters
RUTH YOUNGER
GEORGE MURCHISON
TRAVIS YOUNGER
MRS. JOHNSON
WALTER
LEE
YOUNGER (BROTHER)
KARL LINDNER
BENEATHA YOUNGER
BOBO
LENA YOUNGER (MAMA)
MOVING
MEN
JOSEPH ASAGAI
The action
of the
play
is set in
Chicago’s
South
side, sometime
between World
War II and the
present.
Act I
Scene I
Friday
morning.
Scene II
The
following
morning.
Act II
Scene I
Later, the
same
day.
Scene II
Friday
night,
a few
weeks
later.
Scene III
Moving day, one
week
later.
Act III
An hour later.
ACT
I
SCENE
I
The
YOUNGER
living room would
be a
comfortable
and
well-
ordered room
if
it
were
not for a
number
of
indestructible
contra-
dictions to this state
of
being.
Its
furnishings
are
typical
and
un-
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Hansberry
distinguished and their primary feature
now is
that they have
clearly had to accommodate
the
living
of too
many people
for too
many years?and they are tired.
Still,
we can see
that
at
some
time,
a time probably no longer remembered
by the
family
(except
per-
haps for
MAMA),
the furnishings
of this room were actually selected
with care and love and even hope?and
brought to
this apartment
and arranged with taste and pride.
That was a long time ago. Now the
once loved pattern
of the
couch upholstery
has to fight to show
itself
from under
acres
of
crocheted doilies and couch covers which have themselves
finally
come to be more important than the
upholstery.
And
here
a
table
or a chair has been moved
to disguise
the
worn places
in the
carpet;
but the carpet has fought back by
showing
its weariness,
with
depressing uniformity, elsewhere
on its
surface.
Weariness has, in fact, won in this
room.
Everything
has
been
polished, washed, sat on, used, scrubbed too
often. All
pretenses
but living
itself have long since vanished from
the
very atmosphere
of this room.
Moreover, a section
of this room,
for it is not
really
a
room unto
itself, though the landlord’s
lease
would make
it
seem
so,
slopes
backward to provide a small kitchen area, where
the
family
pre-
pares the meals that are eaten in the
living room proper, which
must also serve as dining room. The
single
window
that
has
been
provided for these “two” rooms
is
located
in
this kitchen area.
The sole natural light
the
family
may
enjoy
in the
course
of a day
is only that which fights it way
through this little
window.
At left, a door
leads
to a bedroom which
is
shared
by
MAMA
and her daughter,
BENEATHA.
At right, opposite,
is a
second
room
(which in the beginning
of the
life
of this apartment
was
probably
the breakfast room) which serves
as a
bedroom
for
WALTER
and
his wife,
RUTH.
Time
Sometime between World War II and the
present.
Place
Chicago’s South side.
At rise
It is morning dark
in the
living
room.
TRAVIS
is
asleep
on the make-down bed at center. An
alarm clock sounds from
within the bedroom at right,
and
presently
RUTH
enters from that
room and closes the door behind her.
She
crosses
sleepily
toward
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a man who was considered in his family.
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