Beneatha goes against her mama by saying god hasn’t done nothing for her while Walter trying to invest in liquor and not caring about their unborn child. Mama feels as though something is going wrong and as if she raised her kids wrong blaming herself and her husband for their actions. Mama believes she needs to do something happy for things to be enlightened, so she goes out and puts a down payment on a home in a white neighborhood where no colored people lived before. The neighborhood starts to talk about who their new neighbors are and immediately send Mr. Linder in to represent the community at this point we learn the neighbors want to buy the house out from the Young’s because they want to keep their community the way it is and safe with common surroundings. The Young’s become mad and mama not there be hear what Mr. Linder says they turn his offer down and tell him to leave.
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 apartment is his mother’s. The idea of manhood to Walter is more than just running the household but supplying for his family and allowing them to be happy. At the time, the Younger family is struggling financially and they the mother of travis, Ruth, is going to have another baby. He then blames his relationship with his wife as holding him back from becoming a good husband. This shows that Walter can’t do anything while himself and his family does not believe in him.
In the movie, Everything Must Go, starring Will Ferrell, is a film about an alcoholic named Nick Halsey, who just lost his job, his wife, and his home. Since his wife put all his items onto the front lawn, Nick decides to make the best of it and starts living on his lawn. Nick also has a limited amount of time to sell or giveaway his things because he can’t live on his lawn for long. The theme of this film is how people start to change once they have lost everything. The author is trying say that people trying to change themselves for the better after they’ve lost it all is just a natural way of human nature.
She's then put into a mental hospital for a year. The reasoning and blame behind Maureen's actions causes arguments between the family. Tension becomes apparent as the family drifts apart. Jeanette has matured passed her teenage years of being furious with her parents choices and chooses acceptance. Her bringing vodka at her fathers request proves she realizes Dads ways can't be changed.
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
Understand. That white man is going to walk in that door able to write checks for more money than we ever had. It’s important to him and I’m going to help him.I’m going to put on the show, Mama.” Walter believes that getting a lot of money for not moving is the best path. Walter wants to do this so he can finally have money for his family but his family is upset that he's doing that because they are wanting to get out of their current house. As the house is full of silence and disappointment as Walter waits for the man to come he thinks and when the man comes with the money he ends up saying “And we have decided to move into our house because my father my father he earned it for us brick by brick (MAMA has her eyes closed and is rocking back and forth as though she were in church, with her head nodding the Amen yes) We don’t want to make no trouble for nobody or fight no causes, and we will try to be good neighbors.
“Twice or thrice before she had suddenly packed Ethan’s valise and started off to Bettsbridge, or even Springfield, to seek the advice of some new doctor, and her husband had grown to dread these expeditions because of their cost” (pg. 33). The quote shows that Zeena needs impacts Ethan in a costly way. Ethan and Zeena are poor and Zeena 's trip to Bettsbridge only is drowning him in debt
Philosophical approach on the play A Midsummer Night’s Dream Submitted to: Prof. Eliezer V. David Submitted by: Jan MarveManaligod KristianDacara Bryan RonhellTangonan MarckRacell Diego BSME-2C Philosophy is the study of the theoretical basis of a particular branch of knowledge or experience. In every story there is a philosophy. It is the way of the author to show the moral lesson of the play. Romanticism is a movement in the arts and literature that originated in the late 18th century, emphasizing inspiration, subjectivity, and the primacy of the individual. Idealism is the practice of forming or pursuing ideals, especially unrealistically.
In the Western world of literature, Aristotle is ingrained within the consciousness of the literally tradition. In fact, the philosophy based on Aristotle’s writings is known as Aristotelianism. An example of such influence comes from the Elizabethan playwright Christopher Marlowe who stated “Live and die in Aristotle’s works” (BrainyQuote). Aristotle’s beliefs in the essentials of tragedy and comedy can be found in Poetics. So how would an ancient Greek tragedy and comedy hold up to his standard?