Who Is Walter's Character In The Crucible

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Walter feels trapped in his day to day life. He is quoted saying, “I want so many things that they are driving me kind of crazy.” (Pg. 73) He wants to be able to have a job he loves. He feels that he is misunderstood by his family because it 's almost like they never listen to him. One of the first times we see Walter’s character, he is complaining about how nobody supports him or listens to him. Another one of his first dialogues is when he’s asking Ruth to talk to Mama for him. At first, you think that Walter is using Ruth to manipulate Mama so he can get what he wants. But, upon further investigation, you see that Walter is asking Ruth because he knows Mama won’t listen to him. An example of this is when he first gets the liquor store papers

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