Dynamic Character growth of Walter Lee Younger: part 1
Updated: 12/18/2020
Dynamic Character growth of Walter Lee Younger: part 1

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  • Hello and welcome to my comic book strip !!!!
  • Why would you crush my dreams like that!!
  • I did it for the our family
  • OH Travis, Your dad is going to make your life even better!!!
  • Why do you look drunk?
  • Welcome to my comic book strip on how the character Walter Lee Younger has grown in the play A Raisin in the SunCreated by Kelly Garcia, Block 5/6
  • Prior to receiving the insurance money Walter is mad that mama took some of the insurance money and bought a house without letting him know. He angry thinking that mama ¨butched up [his] dream¨ (1579). Because Walter is thinking this, he not only feels as if his mother never supported his dream of opening a liquor store.
  • After Walter receives the insurance money, he is overjoyed as he can now invest it in the liquor store. The audience sees this when he starts to ¨mingle [in] joy and desperation¨(1585). In acting this way Walter is showing clear signs of being happy towards receiving the rest of the insurance money.
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