these kind of ideals exist when Mama was young, they were just beyond her basic necessities. Furthermore these differences do not make one more rightful than the other on their right to search for their personal dream. The situation of being a poor family that happens to find
Gandolfo 3themselves in a situation where the now have the means to achieve their American dream what gives Mama the edge of realizing it.In “A raisin in the SunRevisited” by J. Charles Washington, a completely different point of view is presented. The duality among Lena and Walter is given as a success or fail event. Washington says “As I have attempted to show, the play’s meaning is a tragic one, as Walter reaches for the American dream but he fails to achieve it”. This analysis focuses on Walter and he want of attaining his dream. On this paper tells that this play is basically about Walter’s failurebut it also shows that it is a good failure, one accomplished in order to reach a greater good. Walter’s idea of the American dream is transforming himself into a successful business man. Oneas fruitful as the young white man he sees every day making million dollars deals in the restaurants. A business man with enough financial power that anything is at the reach of his hand.However Walter’s dream needs to be crushed into pieces in order to give its place to a greater dream one that will include the whole Younger family. This is a meaningful fail for Walter but it is necessary one.All these paper focus on the ambiguity of Lena and Walter because these two characters are the ones who represent the most opposite position among all the characters in the play. As hasbeen said before Lena represents the more balanced ideals and she is the one that searches for a better immediate future for the Youngers family. It can be said the Lena is a more experienced and mature choice. Where Walter’s ideals are more ambitious, selfish and immature. These
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