Which sentence best describes the root of walter's unhappiness? a. he wants to provide for his family but has limited options b. he wants to go to africa to connect to his roots, but he does not want to leave his family c. he wants to do well in college, but his teachers give him a hard time d. he wants to buy a house, but the only one he can afford is in a white neighborhood
The sentence that BEST describes the root of Walter's unhappiness is:
A. He wants to provide for his family but has limited options.
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The correct answer is A.
In the story, "A Raisin In The Sun," Walter provides the perspective of an African-American male from that period. He struggles to support his family and seeks for new scams to keep their economy afloat.
When they inherit the insurance money from his father's death, Walter wants to invest it in a liquor store, becase he believes this to be the best option to solve the family’s financial problems forever.
2) best answer is C.They want to buy a house.
3) C.Using a credit card allows consumers to buy goods even if they don't
4)A.Checking account balances. (mostly this)
5)D.Subway smart card ( i believe is the closest answer)
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"A raisin in the sun" is a play written by Lorraine Hansberry and premiered in 1959. The story revolves around African-American family, the Youngers, and their financial and racial struggles and uncertain future after the father of the family, Mr. Younger, dies.
Walter Younger is the son of the family, living with his wife, son, mother and sister. He is dissatisfied with his current job as a chauffeur and the family's financial situation so he is desperately trying to provide a better life for them; bigger house, car, jewelry for his wife...
Upon receiving money from Mr. Younger's life insurance policy, Walter invest it in opening a liquor store with his shady partners, only to discover he's been scammed and deprived of the chance to help his family.
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