What would you do if you were told your dream would never come true? Dreams are what people hold onto to motivate us to achieve our goals. The Youngers are a poor African-American family living on the South Side of Chicago. With an opportunity to escape from poverty comes in the form of a $10,000 life insurance check that the matriarch of the family receives upon her husband 's death. Each of the adult members of the family has an idea as to what he or she would like to do with this money.
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Niye’ Jones 9100 St. Charles Rock Road St. Louis, MO 63114 (314) 493-6100 email@example.com Struggle only last if you let it Twenty four year old Monnie Baker is going through the worst time of his life after his baby moms leave him with their ten year old son Clay Baker. Monnie is currently working at a $10 hr paying job and staying with his grandmother until he can get back on his feet. He’s got a side hustle going on when he doesn't have to work him and his son go to the studio and his son play around why he records.
Walter and Ruth Younger, their son Travis, along with Walter 's mom Lena and Walter 's sister Beneatha, live in poverty in a one-bedroom apartment on Chicago. They all have different dreams but their poverty make their goals harder to achieve. Walter and Beneatha 's father has recently died, and Lena is waiting for a life insurance check for $10,000. After Mom receives the money she came to the home and received everybody with big news. She made a down payment for a new house.
His son offered to take his bags up to his room and before he could respond he had already went up the stairs. When he arrived upstairs Mr. Exeter Jr. was standing with a cold and angry expression on his face in his hand the package he received in France. “Does mom know?” he said in a quite voice. “No, and I 'm hoping she will remain oblivious.”
Walter Younger is a very complicated character in the play A Raisin in the Sun. He has a dream of opening up a liquor store, but doesn’t have the financial support. Luckily for him, due to the recent death of his father, a check in Walter’s father’s name is given to his mother, Lena “Mama” Younger. This check contains ten thousand dollars, which is more than enough money for Walter to open up his store and follow his dreams. Unfortunately, when he finds out that his mother had spent part of the money, he is devastated, so to make him feel better, Mama gives Walter 6,500 dollars to use for his own discretion.
, But are consistently being differed. Lena Younger, otherwise known as, “Mama” is Walter and Beneatha’s mother and the head of the household. With her deceased husbands ten thousand dollar insurance check Lena bought a three thousand-dollar house with a garden where her family would be happy and hopes to save the rest of the money for Beneatha’s medical school. Lena’s dream, “ Festers like a sore” and is the only dream that somewhat comes true.
After talking through everything and expressing himself to his wife and mother, he earns the rest of the money that is left over from his mother, Lena, but all he has to do is put at least three thousand of the money into Beneatha’s college account. He ends up making a mistake and giving it all to Willy Harris, who ends up running away with all money. Him making that mistake changes the way he thinks about life and he rejects the money twice from Mr. Linder and he makes his family
In the novel, the judge of Huck’s custody dispute stated, “the courts mustn’t interfere and separate families if they could help it; said he druther not take a child away from its father” (Twain 21).Twain shows satirization in the legal system because the townsfolk knew Jim Finn wasn’t a suitable father and the court still allowed him custody. This also shows satirization of the government because Jim Finn was an alcoholic and abusive father, but the judge still gave this horrific man full custody of Huck. Lastly, this shows how courts at the time would rather take the easy way out and not be involved. The court system rather than help people through their problems or remove children from harmful circumstances would leave them in dangerous situations. Mark Twain did this to show how courts at the time just wanted to settle cases, rather than look into and actually figure out the right path to fix the
After talking through everything and expressing himself to his wife and mother, he earns the rest of the money that is left over from his mother, Lena, but all he has to do is put at least three thousand of the money into Beneatha’s college account. He ends up making a mistake and giving it all to Willy Harris who ends up running away with all money. Him making that mistake changes the way he thinks about life and he rejects the money twice from Mr. Linder and he makes his family
Paulo Coelho, an author, once said, “Close some doors. Not because of pride, incapacity or arrogance, but simply because they no longer lead somewhere. ” This is exactly what some movie producers do. When a movie is based off of a book and some parts are not needed they take out that scene.