A Raisin in the Sun

describe how walter gets along with george in the book, a raisin in the sun

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When George Murchinson arrives to pick Beneatha up for their date, Walter is drunk, but he is making idle chitchat with George. George is used to Walter's tyrant behavior so he is careful to stay out of Walter's way. George who is a bragger because he is rich, cuts Walter off when Walter strikes up a conversation with George. That entices Walter to go after George because he feels that George is belittling him.