Analysis of the Character Walter in “A Raisin in the Sun”
Everyone in America wants to achieve some sort of financial success in his or her life. Sometimes living in a capitalistic society entices many to become too materialistic. Greed is the characteristic that many Americans then attain. This is all in pursuit of the American dream. For most Americans, this high status is very difficult to achieve. In Lorraine Hansberry's “A Raisin in the
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into a dynamic character. He went from a spiteful, stubborn individual who liked to go his own way, to a more compassionate human being. By calling Mr. Linder on the phone the second time, it made him realize just how much more important his family is, than any amount of money could ever be. He finally figured out that throughout life, money will come and go but one’s family will always be their family.