Regrettably; I have to say that Walter and Beneatha are the ones that did not meet the quality in acting that Mama and Ruth did. We never been no people to act silly about no money. And the mailman going to come today just like he come every day. What l'm trying to say is that we come from proud people and. Ruth is a very riveting character. You know what l mean? Also, they define their lives by determining what social class they live in.
You can't do a thing with them. You're asking for a date at a time like this? Me, Willy and Bobo, we got this thing figured out. Ruth is very independent, firm, kind, witty, and loving. Walter's main role in 'A Raisin in the Sun' is to personify the African American families that make many gambles, which eventually lead to complete failure. Yeah, and when the new Negroes have their convention, their first order of business is going to be to elect Beneatha as the Chairman of Unending Agitation. The Youngers eventually move out of their apartment, fulfilling their dream. Well, Lena, we ain't never had no money before.
They park the cars in order to have a word with each other and the cops comes to roughly order them to keep it moving. Well, l cannot wear them. What's your problem this morning? My grandma is loving, kind, and firm. In her early thirties, Ruth is exceptionally pretty, but is aging before her time because of her impoverished surroundings. Upon coming back to the.
And all that time, them takers is just out there taking and taking. All us kids are putting in fifty cents to buy special books that'll tell us about the things the poor Negroes did. After witnessing such a powerful yet melancholy piece of theater work, words seemed inappropriate. And, what's the point in having an alarm clock if you don't get up when it goes off? I got wings, you got wings All God's chillun got wings Bobo. They may not have enough money to rub two nickels together, but drink they're gonna do. Well, then why don't y'all just go on into business and quit talking about it? Does it stink like rotten meat? In that scene, Walter and Boba are both Aferican-American.
Can you say hello when you walk into the room? You cats know how to reach me. This is our time, baby. Everybody in here's sipping on some kind of liquid refreshment. Why didn't he show up then? You, who always talking about your children's dreams. That's all l need you to do. He's just gonna have to start getting up earlier. That man loved his children.
Can l talk to you? That's how come he don't know how to do nothing around here. How do racial and socio-ecomoic play a role in identity formation? The white guy who works there refuses to give her good apples while he gives the white lady good apples. His parents died in a car crash when he was just a baby. Is it really a dream realized if it is grown out of the loss of a loved one? Younger would tell you the same thing. Walter, just finish your breakfast.
His boss only talks to him when he has to order him about the plains in the day. You just got your mother's best interest at heart, don't you, girl? People gonna always wanna get their taste, you know what l mean? Will you call me Monday? This, my assimilated sister-in-law, is what the well-dressed Nigerian woman wears. She went to run a little errand. So why in God's name wouldn't you let me get on mine when the time came? Have times changed that much? The people who are oblivious represent those who are ignorant of the fact that their dream will be deferred. His dream is able to show how oppression of a dream or a deferred dream can tear a person down until Walter is able to change and not have a dream that is self-centered.
And they need fifty cents for special books for the poor Negroes. You ain't never supposed to be sick? Beneatha rejects her suitor George, believing he's blind to the problems of their race. How much money did l spend? A Raisin in the Sun was the first play by African-American author which was set on Broadway and was honored by the circle of New York theater critics. This scene shows hwo her workplace is not bad. Waitress, another round of suds, please. Audiences can understand their thought-processes and motivations, and it's nearly impossible to choose a favorite character.