“Son, I think you should talk to your wife… I’ll go on out and leave you alone if you want” (p.70). Walter’s mother, Lena Younger, is trying to give her son and his wife alone time so his wife can tell him she’s pregnant. Walter ignores his wife and puts his focus on if he can have the check, but since no one wants to hear him out, he runs out the house to find peace. Walter’s dream for wealth and success impacted his actions by not going to work. “She said Mr. Arnold has had to take a cab for three days… Walter, you aint been to work for three days!
The argument starts when the family starts getting deeper in debt due to a dry spell in Evelyn’s winnings. During the fight, Evelyn scolds Kelly about drinking. “The contest wins can’t replace the money you make from working, Dad.” This comment angers Kelly, saying that Evelyn has no right to judge him because the only thing she does all day is clean and write in her “stupid notebooks” (168). Evelyn shoots back saying that without her contest winnings, they’d be in debtor’s prison. This comment further angers Kelly, and he, being drunk enough to not realize his own strength or actually register what he is doing, pushes Evelyn in a fit of anger.
The hatred he has for his father was bottled up inside him and the trigger was when his mother died. To cope with everything he turned to drinking, as probably his father did as well, and involuntarily fell into his father footsteps. His father lived poor and his parents abandoned him forcing him to be homeless and fend for himself at a young age he was never told this until his mother died because she had promised never to tell his story because he wanted to keep his honor. His hatred for his father faded a bit but never forgave him for beating his mother and being the cause of her death. He hates that he became like his father, an alcoholic, he wants to stop and be better for his family and instead of following in his father’s footsteps he wants to be better and make his own.
This was often an all-day adventure. His mother punched him in the face causing him to have a bloody nose because he forgot what he was looking for. He would never find any of the items she sent him to look for. Dave knew he was safe if his father was at home until both of his parent's started drinking together for hours, often until everyone was in
She held the quilts securely in her arm, stroking them” (748) Dee (Wangero) can feel the love of her Grandmother through these quilts. Mama has already promised them to Maggie now, knowing that Dee had no use for them before she went away to college. Now she would like to hang them up and show off her heritage. Walker uses the quilts to also show a little personality in Mama as she is angered by the fact that Dee thinks all Maggie would do with the quilts is use them every day and not realize the history and heritage behind them. Even though Maggie is portrayed as a frail, quiet, shy child, she reveals her thoughts when Dee is told no by Mama for the quilts.
They moved to the desolate location to keep outsiders from influencing them. His mother would scold him any time he would try and make friends. George Gein was drunk all of the time His mother would teach Ed and his older brother Henry about the gospel and delegated all their farm responsibilities. She would
It want be long till they die. The sun started to came up the warden said to mom tell the boys that if they keep their mouth shut they get the day of. The warden saw a car coming it was Stanley lawyer. Stanley lawyer got there and was shock she said if anything happens to him you would of wish u weren’t here. Stanley and zero got out of the hole the warden tried to grap the chest but zero pulled away and said its Stanley.
She only doing job for both of them. She bears his torture for ten years, but he does not take care of her and kids. One day he tries to sell one of his kids for money to drink alcohol; then she vexed toward his attitude and they got divorce each other. In conclusion, everyone can bear some harassment, but if it is extreme, it can be lead to different consequences like death, divorce,
David’s mother also starts changing in this part of the story because of how she starts doing more gruesome things than she usually does. She also gets any excuse to hurt David. You can also see how David relies on his dad for protection but his dad shows no empathy. “A few days later, Mother packed Father’s clothes on a boxes, and drove with my brothers and me to a place a few blocks from the fire station. There, in front of a dingy motel, Father waited.
A Raisin in the Sun essay All throughout Lorraine Hansberry’s play, A Raisin in the Sun, each character dreams of a better life, but each of their visions of the American Dream differs significantly. Mama, the head of the family, dreams of purchasing her family a bigger house, regardless of its location, in order to fulfill the dream that she originally had with her now deceased husband; She wants to have a garden and a yard for Travis, her lovable grandson, to play in. Her will is demonstrated when she says “We wasn’t planning on living here more than a year… but Lord, child, you should know all the dreams I had ‘bout buying that house and fixing it up and making me a garden in the back” (44-45). On the contrary, Walter, Mama’s son, believes