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No matter how hard they try there are some people who cannot get ahead in life Walter Lee Younger is a man who is frustrated with his current position in life and every disappointment he has encountered thus far Although he tries to be a loving man sometimes he does not know how to show the idea of love SometimessometimesI dont even know how to try Hansberry 89 His position in life can be regarded as symbolic of every black male struggling to provide for his family by any means necessary Although Walter has a job it seems inadequate for his survival As a result he has become frustrated and lacks good judgement Throughout this play Walter searches for the key ingredient that will make his life blissful His frustrations stem from him not being able to act as a man and provide for his family and grasp hold of his ideals to watch them manifest into a positive situation Walter Lee Younger a man who is vehement for his family has many ambitions in life and dreams of the biggest dreams out of anyone else in the play Walter wants the best for his family and he thinks the liquor store will provide him the financial security needed to boost them out of poverty Im thirty five years old Ive been married eleven years and I got a boy who sleeps in living room Hansberry 34 best describes the sympathy and compassion Walter feels for his son Although his familys financial position has a strain on it Walter doesnt want his son to see him struggle Even in todays world children are very susceptible Walter displays a selfless characteristic which becomes overshadowed by unwise decisions later in the play In one particular scene his son Travis asked both parents for money Walter acts out of pride by giving Travis
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