Not considering the fact that his wife might possibly have an important topic to discuss. Walter just continues to proceed in asking Mama for the money for his dream a liquor store. However, Mama only shuts him down, because investing in the family is more vital than a store. As his persisting comes to an end
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.
After seeing how broken walter has become, Lena realizes that it is her duty as a mother to support her child and entrust walter with the remainder of the money and instructs him to put three-thousand in the bank for Beneatha’s tuition and use the rest for whatever he sees fit. Walter uses both his and Beneatha’s cut of the money to invest in a liquor store only to have his business partner skip town with all of the invested money. This crushes Walter both financially and mentally and it is Lena who has to pull him out of his hopelessness. Lena Younger serves as the head of
The family starts to tear apart as Walter decides to sell the house to Mr. Lindner and take the check. Mama and Beneatha try to explain to Walter that their family, through generations, would have never thought about taking money in hard times. Beneatha then begins saying that their dream of moving to a new house is now dead, which Walter replies, “What’s the matter with you all! I didn’t make this world. It was give to me this way!
Due to the loss of his and his sister’s money, Walter breaks down and decides to demean himself in front of Lindner, who wishes for the Youngers to rethink moving into his white neighbourhood. However, right before Walter loses all his dignity from grovelling at the white man’s feet, Mama steps in with Travis. Travis is Walter’s son, who he loves and cares for immensely. With his young son there as witness, Walter is finally able to muster up enough determination to face Lindner and refuse his offer of money for their new home. Due to his family and compassion for his son, Walter is able to face his loses and keep moving forward.
In the domestic tragedy play, A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, describes how a family is dealing with financial expenses. The expenses are outrageous because Lena, also known as Mama, has a daughter named Beneatha and attends medical school while the family is paying for the house. The family wants to move into a nicer house, and they work hard to get there. Mama is expecting a ten thousand dollar check inherited by her husband that had died. The father, Walter, wants to buy a liquor store and to finally be in control, but the wife, Ruth, and, Mama, do not want him to.
Readers can know the hero Monsieur Lantin can’t live life with his salary after his wife was dead,so why he earned the same salary, when his wife was alive, he can feed his wife and himself. But his wife was dead, he can 't afford the expense of family,even he has to sell off his possession for keeping a normal life.Therefore readers finally could know this is the evidence which prove his wife has been having an affair and satirizes his wife is disloyal and pretended. her husband’s meagre income leads to she can’t buy some beautiful gems and have a great life. So she chooses to betray her
In the meantime, Geeta tells her parents that she is in love with Juan who is a Chicano. However, Geeta’s family counters this decision with a serious reproach, for not respecting their culture, while Geeta feels they have no interest in respecting her marriage choice. Everybody at home gets upset. She quarrels with her dad and mum and leaves the house without telling anybody. In her search for happiness through love, Geeta is threatened by her own reluctance to abandon traditional Indian culture.
Like the situation which was in this movie happens often in real life and children rather explaining their side they run away and marry without the approval of the family, which not right because you can never a start new life by hurting your loved ones. In this movie when girl’s father denied their relation the boy came to the girls place and made countless efforts to convince the girl’s father and in the end he convinced him this how you should try to explain your point of view rather than revolting against them. This is the main problem of today’s generation, they do not even try to put their point of view they are more aggressive and less patient but they should understand that their parents are also
He knows that the school doesn’t want him to be there anymore, his roommate almost beat him unconscious, and his parents will only be disappointed when they know that he has been expelled from yet another school. For Holden, it seems like there is no one else to turn to, except his younger sister Phoebe who he can’t see unless he goes home. Teenagers all across America feel this same sort of detachment from the rest of society. Only one thing going wrong could cause the rest of our worlds to collapse. Holden ended up trying to live on the streets when he ran out of money, and as the story progressed, he dug himself into a larger hole of loneliness.
Mos’ly we went barefooted the yeah ‘round.” Betty went on to explain how her owner, ‘Ole ‘Massa’ did not care about how his slaves were treated and he would hire them out to his neighbors frequently. That evening, Betty’s brothers who were hired out for the day, came home and told their mother that they were going to run away later that night. The next day ‘Ole ‘Massa’ came looking for the
When Janie is asked to give a speech, Joe cuts in and says, “Thank yuh fuh yo’ compliments, but mah wife don’t know nothin’ ‘bout no speech makin’. Ah never married her for nothin’ lak dat. She’s a woman and her place is in de home” (43). Joe Starks wants Janie to be an object that is to be admired and to help her husband when needed. When Janie stands up to Joe he feels he is losing control of his wife.
Mama only dreams for a decent and a bit bigger house for her family. “Mama 's American dream for peace in the North is compromised by the rampant segregation that her family faces in being compelled not to buy a house from the white neighborhood of the Clybourne Park” (M’Baye). Mama considers having a new house with a garden and yard so her family can unite. Shortly after, a person named Karl Linder, a white spokesperson, tries to talk them out of the neighborhood. There has never been any blacks living in the subdivision and therefore Linder warns the family that if they stay there, there might be rebels in the area to throw them out of the neighborhood.