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In the story A Raisin in the Sun Mama can be classified as a caring bold and a person with great strength in her character She kept the family together from falling apart She is proud of herself and her family never giving up what she believes inShe is the mot courageous person in this story She kept everyone in obedience to God and his way making Beneatha understand of her disbelief and rudeness When Beneatha denied it Mama made her say in my mothers house there is still God She secretly worked at others kitchen at this old age trying to help the family She was bold enough to buy the house in the white neighborhood She wasnt afraid to face what would be the outcome of it but anything for her family She never lost faith in Walter She believed in him In addition she is very caring and loved everyone She watched out for everyones future trying to make it better and lead them the right way She did everything she could for the family from working at this old age from a job at others kitchen to house works to giving up her own enjoyment She sacrificed her pleasure for the family The insurance money could have been used to go on a vacation or to enjoy it somehow but she bought the house for everyone to have something to be proud to step on the land they own Furthermore she tried to keep the family together from falling apart She held on to her hope and will whereas others just gave up She forgives Walter after all of his rudeness and drinking She still had faith in him She talked to Walter gave him the money to do something good with it and not to invest it on the liquor store She supported Ruths pregnancy and convinced others Not to let her go along with abortionMoreover she is very proud
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