BC: The End.
FC: A Raisin In the Sun
1: Table of Contents | 2/3:About Walter and his conflics 4/5:About myself 6/7:About the poem
3: About Walter To get his family out of poverty and into a better life. He thinks by going out his way and investing in a nonsense liquor store is going to get him the money he needs for his family but little does he know that instead of helping his family he is pushing them away by going against them and not listening to what they had to say. He does not have the support he wants from his family nor the money to try and achieve the investment in the liquor store.
4: About Me I am the person that has too much pride at times it holds me from doing things and speaking to people that really care. I am a person who struggles for me. I do not like to depend on others even though at times it’s needed. I consider myself an independent youth. I basically want the life people die for trying to come to the United States. I want to be able to have a family with no struggles. I had got into a habit of not caring about nothing just doing as I please but I learned that in life things are not always put out for the bad if people want to make it they will they just have to set their mind to it. Also well if you do not care about yourself no one else while you have to want help to get it!.
6: Questions? Is your dream really worth something valuable to you?. Also do you work for your dream or against, it let it just go away and have no dream in the end.
7: Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore - And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over - like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. -Langston Hughes, 1951