A Raisin in the Sun

A Raisin in the Sun

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  • This is the most important event because the whole play revolves around this insurance check. This is the first time Walter brings up the check to the family.
  • "That money belongs to Mama, Walter, and it's for her to decide how she wants to use it"(Hansberry 36).
  • "You know the check is coming tomorrow" (Hansberry 36).
  • This is the most important event because Ruth being pregnant is not a good thing. It's not going to be easy to take care of the baby (money wise) and find a place for it to sleep.
  • "Son-do you know your wife is expecting another baby?" (Hansberry 74).
  • This is the most important event because Mama has been talking about buying a house for quite some time. Travis and Ruth are super happy, but now Walter's dream just got crushed.
  • "Yeah-I always wanted to live in a house" (Hansberry 91).
  • "She went out and she bought you a house!" (Hansberry 91).
  • "I paid the man $3,500 down on the house. That leaves $6,500. Monday morning I want you to take this money and take $3,000 and put it in a savings account for Bennie's medical schooling. The rest you put in a checking account-with your name on it" (Hansberry 107).
  • This is the most important event because Mama just gave Walter most of the money and she told him what to do with it. Walter can now use his portion of the money for the liquor store.
  • This is the most important event because Bobo told Walter that Willy ran away with the liquor store money. Walter's family did not know that he never put the $3,000 in the bank for Bennie's schooling.
  • "I'm talking about the fact that when I got to the train station yesterday morning-8 o'clock like we planned...Man-Willy didn't never show up" (Hansberry 127).
  • "Why...where was he...where is he?" (Hansberry 127).
  • This is the most important event because this is when Walter tells Lindner that they are not going to take the deal and they are going to be moving in. Walter's family is very happy they are moving and are very proud of him for being a man.
  • "And we decided to move into our house because my father-my father-he earned it for us brick by brick" (Hansberry 148).
  • "I take it then-that you have decided to occupy..." (Hansberry 148).
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