Everything About Dat Mama & Plant
Gregory Piskur, Jake isberg, Antonio Pantoja, Conlan White
Characterization & Quest for the American Dream
Walter: he is the son of Mama and he tries to find the easy way out of being poor. "Never mind how i feel-you got any more to say 'bout how people ought to sit down and talk to each other? ... Get out of my house, man." (119)
Ruth: she is Walters husband and she is a hard worker and looks out for her family. "Honey-look in that package there and see what i found on sale this morning at the South Center" (110)
textual The insurance check is all Walter needs to pursue the venture. He promises to bring the money to Willy when he receives it. Meanwhile, Beneatha is spraying the apartment with insecticide in an attempt to rid it of cockroaches. Beneatha and Travis start fighting and Beneatha threatens him with the spray gun. (Act I, scene ii) visual is mama and Beneatha and Travis were looking at the check.
Hansberry, Lorraine. A Raisin in the Sun. New York: n.p., 1959. Print.