A Raisin in the Sun as an Intriguing Story of a Family’s Ups and Downs

A Raisin in the Sun

In A Raisin In The Sun an intriguing story of a family’s ups and downs unfolds in a studio apartment. This book by Lorraine Hansberry highlights how a household’s dreams can dry up much like a raisin in the sun. The family, the Youngers are a household of 5 living in a two-bedroom apartment.

Their primary dispute is that Lena is receiving a 10,000-dollar check from the insurance company for the death of her hubby and they each have plans for the money. Berneatha, Lena’s child, wishes to go to medical school. Walter, Lena’s child, wishes to open an alcohol shop. Ruth, Walters’s better half, and Lena want to purchase a home. Through this story you will uncover a world of differences in one family’s struggle to remain together.

Scene One: In the start of this scene we are introduced to Ruth and Walter. Ruth is exhausted which has actually inadvertently caused her to be grumpy. Her attitude toward whatever is negative. Walter on the other hand remains in a great mood. Then Travis their kid is available in requesting for 50 cents. Ruth tells him they don’t have enough. Walter provides him two fifty-cent pieces. This obviously causes an argument in between the two of them.

This is when Berneatha enters. Berneatha is Walter’s sis. She is very ironical and argumentative. With this personality naturally right now she and Walter get in an argument. He does not believe that she should be a doctor. She says that badgering her is not going to make Mom (Lena) provide it to Walter to buy any liquor shops.

After Walter leaves for work Mother enters. While Berneatha remains in the bathroom Mama informs Ruth that she does not want to offer Walter the cash due to the fact that she does not wish to have any part in getting individuals drunk. She does nevertheless propose that some of the cash should go to Berneatha’s education.

Scene 2: In this scene we see an extreme difference in the family’s mindset. Everybody is enjoying and goofing off. Ruth is not house but we do not know where she is. The remainder of the household is cleaning up your house. Walter gets on the phone and calls Willy Harris. Their conversation leads you to suspect Lena chose to offer Walter the money for the alcohol shop.

Not to long after that Berneatha asks Lena where Ruth went. Lena tells her the physician. When Ruth comes home she informs Berneatha and Lena that she is pregnant. She is two months along. Berneatha makes a discuss where the child is going to live and Ruth begins to sob. Then a good friend of Berneatha’s comes by. His name is Asagai.

Towards the end of scene two we discover that Asagai loves Berneatha however Berneatha believes they require more time to find out if they truly are in love. Then it is developed that Mama will not give Walter the money.

Scene One: In scene one we learn that Mama headed out and purchased a house with the cash. They will still need to share bed rooms however a minimum of Travis gets his own room until the child comes. The only problem is that your house remains in Clybourne Park; there are no colored people living in that neighborhood.

Scene Two: In scene two the Youngers are loading to move. In the starting George and Berneatha are fighting and then choose to separate. Then Mrs. Arnold, the other half of the guy Walter works for, calls. She informs Ruth that Walter has not gone to work in 3 days. This is news to Ruth who gets really mad.

Walter informs her where he’s been going. After listening to him Mom decides to provide Walter a few of the cash. She paid 35 hundred on the house so there was just 65 hundred left. She handed Walter all of it and informed him to put 3 thousand in cost savings for Berneathas education and the rest was his.

Scene three: It is moving day at the Youngers small apartment and everybody remains in an excellent state of mind. Ruth is informing Berneatha about how various Walter has been acting. They have actually been heading out and holding hands. Things are beginning to search for them. Then Walter gets back and the two of them start to dance.

They are interrupted by a knock on the door. The man states he is with the Clybourne park enhancement association. His name is Linder. He informs them that individuals of Clybourne Park have raised cash to get them to move somewhere else. You can just imagine how upset this makes Walter who makes the male leave.

Later on the very same day Bobo comes by and tells Walter that Willy Harris removed with the money they were going to utilize to get a liquor license. Then mama comes in and discovers that not has he lost all of his own money he lost Berneatha’s education cash too. She begins striking him.

An hour later Asagai comes over and asks Berneatha to marry him. He wants to relocate to Africa where she can be a medical professional. She does not state yes however later on she informs mama and she seems like she wishes to go. Then Walter calls Linder and tells him they are going to move into that home and they leave.

I thought it was a great book however it was difficult to get into due to the fact that it remained in play kind. I didn’t like how they moved into your home anyhow. I believe that they will not be dealt with well there. I likewise feel that they could have utilized the extra money they would have received if they had moved.

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