Walter Lee Younger, husband of Ruth Younger, works as a chauffeur for a rich white family, and he has a dream to open a liquor store of his own. The Walter that we see here is a loveable, friendly, family man. On top of not making enough money, Walter also hates having to kiss up to his boss, who is a rich white man. In this way he personifies, many ordinary, everyday people, who work everyday, and hope to one day, have enough money to live happily. Do you know what this money can do for us? Walter Lee Younger Walter Lee: frustrated, angry, quixotic.
A Change of Plans When Lena, Walter's mother, sees how devastated Walter is about not getting the money, she finally gives it to him. Ruth enforces this characterization of Walter when she tells Mama that he needs to be able to open the liquor store if he is going to feel like a man. Everyone wants he money to go towards their dream. Therefore, he believes everything he promises as a result of his dream will become a reality. He challenges the thoughts and feelings of other black people through his arrogance and flair for intellectual competition. His woman say: Eat your eggs.
Walter is shadowed by greed and ignorance which causes him to fail to achieve the success he wishes to gain. Furthermore, as a result of his sole focus on dreams, Walter is unable to associate himself with decent people. The quote conveys the message that if one loves someone, one must give things up. To realize his lucrative dream, he wants to use the insurance money to invest in a liquor store with two of his friends. And his woman say — in utter anguish as he brings his fists down on his thighs — Your eggs is getting cold! Therefore, making him seemed frustrated. His journey takes him from total jerk, obsessed with get-rich-quick schemes, to a man worthy of respect.
A Raisin in the Sun: a Drama in Three Acts. This epithet aptly describes Walter, and it is only going to end up hurting him and no one else. Every black male's plight in America can be regarded as a provider for his family. Although he tries to be a loving man, sometimes he does not know how to show the idea of love, 'Sometimes. Since Walter's mother is in control of the insurance check, she initially refuses to give him the money to invest in the liquor store. Travis has to sleep on the living room couch because there is not enough rooms in the apartment. .
Life is very unsatisfying and lonely without other people who like and admire us. It is a proud moment when Walter, mainly because Travis is watching him, cannot bring himself to relinquish his remaining dignity for Lindner's offer of money. He still had hopes, though, that his children would have a chance to see theirs come true. Is this healthy frustration or unhealthy rage? Review of a revival in Sheffield, England. When Walter is talking to Mama about his. Lena Younger Mama The 60-something matriarch of the family. The prime example of this poor association is Willy Harris.
Towards the end of the story he starts thinking about others and is willing to work for things. Just tell me where you want to go to school and you? Brantingham 467 Walter is a very frustrated person. Walter is unable to see that these things he is promising Travis quite easily may not become reality because he is solely focused on his dreams. This caused many conflicts when it was time to decide what to do with the check coming in the mail for ten thousand dollars. In the novel A Raisin In the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, the main character, Walter Lee Younger, is an example of a dynamic character. Caucasus, where every day an eagle tore out his liver, which grew back each night. Beneatha, in the other hand, wanted to become a doctor when she got out of college and….
These were the words of Walter as he assured his son that he would be able to have, go, and do as he wanted by the time he was seventeen. Played by Claudia McNeil in the original Broadway production. I like this little cat they got there who blows the sax. Mama is also a very traditional character. In my opinion, the most fascinating character is Ruth because of her many emotions and captivating personality.
He had been doing so for many years and was not very fond of it. He dreams of opening a liquor store with one of his friends, because he feels it will allow him to make enough money to provide for the family and give him the power to be his own boss. Here I am a giant — surrounded by ants! Played by Ruby Dee in the original Broadway production. In this play you meet a cast of people with dreams of a better life. He lived in a very small home with a crowded amount of people and was also tired of that.
Joseph Asagai A Nigerian college student pursuing Beneatha. Have you cried for that boy today? Of course, with Walter, the playwright also shows us how these social barriers can be overcome through personal determination and staying true to one's own beliefs. This production was based on an off-Broadway revival produced by the. Rhodes in that they bought in 1937, was given landmark status by the Chicago City Council's Committee on Historical Landmarks Preservation in 2010. His wife and sister simply don't believe his friend can be trusted.
Ruth has an intriguing personality. They can ruin their career, even cause lawsuits if inappropriate anger is directed at a co-worker. Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Man say: I got to take hold of this here world, baby! Later on, Bobo reveals to Walter the news that the money he invested in the liquor store had been taken by Willy Harris, which destroys the family's spirits. Instead of giving her son the money for the liquor store, Walter's mother takes a portion and puts a down payment on a house in a white neighborhood. That I been doing to you what the rest of the world been doing to you. Walter is shadowed by greed and ignorance which causes him to fail to achieve the success he wishes to gain.