Beneatha is his sister and Travis is his son. During the play Walter and his sister Beneatha do not see eye to eye with their thoughts on the way the rest of the insurance money should be spent, they are getting insurance money because there father died. During the play Mama makes a decision to put a down payment on a house in an all-white neighborhood which is unheard of during this time. But there is money left after she does this and the family discusses what should be done with it. Walter wants it so he could become owner of a Liquor store, whereas Beneatha wants to go to go school to become a doctor.
She has saved the town! McCausland is angry to find a mistake has been made but the order has already been given. So, the town pays the money, in part because of Mother’s tea set, and barely scrapes together the clothing. Amelia never tells anyone what she did. To be a courier, Josh had to join the Rebel army.
Just write the check and – the house is yours’ (His voice almost breaks) ‘And you – you people just put the money in my hand and you won’t have to live next to this bunch of stinking [blacks]!" (III.i.144). Walter decides that he is going to play the stereotype that Karl Lindner labels him as. He figures selling out and forfeiting his dignity is the only way to earn his father's money back. He wanted to do this because he wanted to get the money he lost back, but by doing that they will lose their dignity.
You you are a disgrace to your father's memory." (Discovering Literature, 1318) Then, Walter decides to joint venture with his friends to start a liquor store using the insurance money from his father's death. His ignorance to the business world eventually costs him all his money. One of Walter's business partners steals his money, and Walter learns from that incident but it comes at a high price. However, Walter's mother thinks although the money is lost, her son has come out as a better person: "He finally come into his manhood today, didn't he?
She does this when Walter was out drinking, feeling sorrow because of Mama not giving him a penny to help his dream of opening a liquor store. She finally sits down with him and gives him he insurance money he was looking for. Not only that, she also exclaims, "I'm telling you to be the head of this family from now on like you supposed to be" (107). Before, Mama would make all the decisions of the family and decide what's right and not let Walter be a part of it. Now she develops the family by making Walter feel proud about being able to run the family the way he wants it.
Jenna’s mother and her get into arguments over Jenna asking her mother to watch her son. Jenna has to pay for daycare after school for him while she is at work and has little money to pay for additional daycare when she would be at college classes. Her mother says that she has raised her children and does not believe that she should have to help her daughter because she received no help with her children. Jenna has a 17 year old sister who does help with watching her son, but Jenna also feels guilty always having to ask her and has no money to pay her to watch her son. Jenna and her sister are close, her sister plans on attending college at the end of her senior year and wants to study to become a doctor.
She explains the struggle of only having little food there because it was the ones her parents brought her during the weekends but she had to save it in order for it to last. When she finally gets back from the 45 day camp stay, her father has made up his mind up his mind and wants him and his family to leave
I have managed to learn nothing at all After the tragic death of Kate Morrison’s parents in the novel Crow Lake by Mary Lawson, she lives with her siblings where her older brothers take charge of the family. Her oldest brother Luke tries to find jobs and sacrifices his own education to support the family. During the time when he works in McLean’s family store, he and their daughter Sally develop affection towards each other. Consequently, Sally tries to seduce Luke to have sex with her; however Luke rejects the offer for the sake of their family. Similar story happens to Kate’s other brother, Matt, but the way they handle are the opposite.
Taylor Jenkins Independent Novel Test 6th period Feburary 7th 2013 Raisin in the Sun The character Walter is a very greedy and cowardly, his father has passed away recently and he wants to spend his father inheritance money. He wants to invest the money in a liquor store and have a partner or a friend go in on the deal with him to help him out. His family is affected greatly by this because all they want to do is have a better lifestyle and move out of the projects. He has a son named Travis, a wife named Ruth and a sister named Beneatha. His mother lives with them in their apartment and far as Walter knows is that his mother will be receiving the money and giving it out how she wants to.
When Victor and Thomas come to the trailer where people find Victor’s father, the first thing comes to Victor’s mind is there might be something valuable in there and where his father’ money is. Moreover, Thomas saves Victor’s life in the past by rescuing him from thousands of wasps. It is unbelievable that Victor goes to his old job to ask for money for his personal problem; even after the tribal council tries to explain that they are having the difficulties in finance and the fund providing against similar situations is just used to bring trial members’ bodies, Victor still insists to have some money. Moreover, it is no doubt that Victor cares so much about the possession which his father may leave for him that