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Essay | A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

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A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry

Summary: Walter Lee is a hard working man with high moral standards, but he was always missing the compassionated side that his family always deserved. Every single day everybody has a good lesson to learn, and in a sadly way, Walter Lee's turn to learn a little bit more about love and support had to be after his father's death and the money that his father designated as security for him and his family was gone too.

A Success of Life

Walter is a man just like many others; he has a job, a family, and he also has ambitions in life just like anybody else. Walter is not the only one in his family that has ambitions, almost everybody else in his family have ambitions as well. These ambitions created conflicts between family members after they all found out that Walter's mother (Lena) have been settled by an insurance company for the death of her husband, and she is about to obtain a large sum of money.

Walter was already making plans in how to spend his mother's money in one of his twisted ideas without considering others. It is obvious that Walter is somewhat ignorant to the necessities of everybody else in his family but his child (Washington 1). Walter was not the only one in that house...

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