Sooner or later, different scares people. Society has made an effect on every person, it could affect you positively or negatively. Mildred, Montag’s wife, in the book Fahrenheit 451, by Ray Bradbury, is not the world’s best wife. Society has brought her down to this level because the community does not want the civilians to be thinking for themselves. It is as if the generation is being controlled with what they are able to say, or even do.
Money is often what is associated with greed in this world. It can blind people to the point where they disregard the situation of all others. In the play “A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, Walter Lee wants the money that was left from his late father’s life insurance to invest in a liquor store. Everyone else in the family thinks that it’s a very bad idea. His mother, also known as Mama, is the one receiving the money, and wants it to be spent on bettering the family.
The main problem Walter deals with in the play is mamas inheritance money from Big Walter ( Their father and Mamas late husband ). Walter wants all the money for himself to open up a liquor store with his friends Bobo and Willy Harris. While mama a devoted christian does not want anything to do with thinking it won’t get her in the pearly gates of Heaven. This causes a lot of arguing in the house Walter saying to mama “ You just don’t understand, Mama, you just don’t understand “ (Page 74) In one of their heated arguments.
In A raisin in the son Walter really wants to open a liquor store to help out the family, but the family really needs a new house with the insurance money from mama. Mama doesn't want Walter to buy a liquor store because she doesn't want him to be selling beer and other alcohol, and she knows that the opening a store will take time to get good customers and the family need a better house because there
Tex soon met up with Lem, and they talked about what was going on in their lives. When Pop arrived, Mason got mad that Pop pays attention only to his brother, so he yells out that Tex is not his child. Tex got mad and goes with Lem to a drug deal. The person buying the drugs thought that Tex was going to snitch, so he shot him right before Tex beats him up. Lem took him to a hospital to get better.
She is also upset because Walter is giving in to racial tension and calling Mr. Lindner back to negotiate taking money in exchange for not moving into the white neighborhood. Lena immediately snaps back and calls out Beneatha for not learning to care for her brother. In this scene Lena’s maternal instinct really shines through. Even though she is disappointed in Walters foolishness and lack of pride, she knows that Walter is at his lowest point and that persecution and ridicule will not help the situation in any way. She also understands that his pursuit of money wasn't for self interest but to make things better for the whole family.
By this point, Mrs. Smith was really starting to freak out and considered calling the police when her husband walked up with their Dominos pizza, tickets to the Homecoming football game, a mum with his wife’s name on it, and some sunscreen. When he saw how distraught his wife looked though, he immediately found a place to set down all the things he had brought and went over to her. When he found out what had happened, they called the police, explained the situation, and then Mr. Smith brought Mrs. Smith over to a picnic table to calm down a bit and eat a little pizza. After they had eaten and Mrs. Smith was a little calmer, Mr. Smith pinned the mum on her to cheer her up and they went to go talk to the
Innocent area such as Romeo and Juliet's there are many different people that can be blamed for the tragedy, in this case the main person to blame is Lord Capulet. You may not agree now but by the end of the reading of this you will see my reason and hopefully great. Often times people will dismiss Capulet's actions without given a second thought plainly because there's not enough evidence and/or reasoning to back up this claim. Or Capulet is one of the most close minded and stubborn characters within the story. To begin, or Capulet had little to no respect for women.
Although he does not want to desert María Isabel, who is has become pregnant with their child, Enrique feels induced to go to his mother, the only person he believes might understand and love him. Enrique departs with almost no money, one extra pair of clothes, and his mother’s phone number written on a piece of paper. Enrique fails his first seven attempts, by where he is robbed, beaten, deported, and humiliated. To trek north, Enrique, like other migrants, must ride the tops of freight trains, a most dangerous
Callie has not talked since her tragic incident and she avoids talking to the others in group including her teachers. On her first visit he brother Sam and mother came but her father didn’t. Her mother told her that the insurance would not cover self-inflicted injuries and that she might not be there much longer. That night she used a pie slicer from lunch to cut herself this time losing more blood than usual.
Her and William had three children, all of whom died by the fall of 1860. Loreta distracted herself with the conflict between the North and South, she had the idea of joining her husband in combat. Her husband certainly had doubts but Loreta’s first day as a man included a false mustache, wig and one of William’s suits. William wanted to prove to his wife that men in the camp were demoralizing, so he insisted on a night of visiting bars, saloons, and gambling venues to show her
She then explains that it’s costing their family lots of money, her father will get really mad, and so on (48). At this point Callie is not listening, she starts to imagine the surroundings around her warp. She describes it as “The door of the tiny booth quivers, it narrows, then expands... The floor of the booth pitches up, then it swims away.” (48).
Melinda’s character develops tremendously over the course of the book. In the beginning of the book, she says, “ I have entered high school with the wrong hair, the wrong clothes, the wrong attitude. And I don’t have anyone to sit with. I am an outcast” (Anderson, 4). At the start, Melinda had lost all of her friends after she busted a party last summer, but nobody knows that a senior boy at the party raped her.
Exam The poem relates to the play when it 's talking about Walter’s dream drying up like A Raisin in the Sun. He wanted to open at liquor store with Willy and Bobo with the $10,000 insurance check from his father 's death. His mother refuses to invest and buys a house instead. “I don 't ‘low no yelling in this house, Walter Lee, and you know it and there ain 't going to be no investing in no liquor store.