Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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The Great Change of Walter Lee Younger Perhaps many of us know that there are men/women out there who can’t really accomplish anything from life. We are talking about the one and only Walter Lee Younger. He is a tall Lean and disorganized person. We see his character change in the play. From being selfish he becomes a true gentleman in the outcome. Truly we see his character transform throughout this play, “A Raisin in the Sun”. Walter is a really disappointed person. Why not he has the right to be disappointed? He has encountered many difficulties in life, such as having a job as a chauffeur, Mama disagreeing to his decision of owning a liquor store and trying to be a loving person. “Sometimes...Sometimes...I don’t even know how to try.” (89) This quote is stated by Walter Lee Younger. It is shown that he tries to give affection to his family, tries his best to keep his family happy. In the article we will be explaining The Great Change of Walter Lee Younger and how he is the protagonist of this play.…show more content…
I open and close car all day long. I drive a man around in a limousine and I say, “yes sir; no sir; very good sir; shall I take the drive , sir ? “ (73). This quote demonstrates my first reason that I will bring up. Before we start, this quote states that Walter was having a conversation with his mother about his frustration of having a job as a chauffeur. One cannot earn enough money with a job like this. What Walter wants is his father’s insurance money that goes towards buying a liquor store. Walter believes that he can make his family by owning a liquor
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