Raisin Dissatisfaction Characters

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Raisin Dissatisfaction Essay "If I didn't have bad luck, I wouldn't have any luck at all." Many people including some of the characters in the play are unhappy with their lives and blame all of their failures and dissatisfaction on “bad luck”. The characters in this play feel they only have bad luck so they are dissatisfied with their lives. Dissastisfaction is when you are unhappy with a situation. It can be when you can't do something that you want to do or when you can’t have what you want. The characters that are most dissatisfied in this play are Walter, Beneatha, and Ruth. Walter is unhappy with his job, his wife, and his mom. Beneatha is unhappy with her Identity. She wants to express herself by playing the guitar and becoming a doctor. Ruth is unhappy with the fact that she is having a child because then they might not have room in their home. She is also unhappy in her relationship with Walter. Finally, she does not like Walter’s drinking. Ruth has the most to be unhappy about and is the most dissatisfied character in the play. Walter is unhappy with his job. "A job. Mama, a job? I open and close car doors all day long. I drive a man around in his limousine and I say, ' Yes sir, no sir; very good, sir; shall I take the Drive,…show more content…
Ruth is unhappy with her relationship. Ruth said, “No. Mama, something is happening between Walter and me. I don’t know what it is--- but he needs some something--- something I can't give him anymore. He needs this chance, Lena" (32). Ruth is unhappy with the fact that Walter drinks. "Oh, let him go on out and drink himself to death! He makes me sick to my stomach!" (71) Ruth is unhappy with the fact that she is having a child. "Yes I would too, Walter. I gave her a five-dollar down payment" (75). All of these reasons and the fact that Ruth is willing to do this prove that Ruth is the most dissastisfied character in the play so
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