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A Raisin in the Sun-Lernzettel

A Raisin in the Sun-Lernzettel

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Act 1, Scene 1(Exposition)
- friday morning
- family wakes up
- they expect a check from
the insurance company
Act 1, Scene 2(rising a

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Plot Act 1, Scene 1(Exposition) - friday morning - family wakes up - they expect a check from the insurance company Act 1, Scene 2(rising action) - saturday morning - the cheque arrives - Joseph Asagai visits Act 2, Scene 1(rising action) - later the same day. - ritual dance by Beneatha - date between Beneatha and George(theatre) - Mama buys a house in a white neighbourhood - return of a drunk Walter Younger Setting - in the home of the younger family (Chicago) - kitchen, bedroom, bathroom - home of the younger family. - home of the younger family. Beneatha's bedroom A RAISIN IN THE SUN Characters. Ruth Younger, Walter Lee Younger, Travis Younger, Beneatha Younger(Bennie), Lena Younger(Mama) mentioned: (big) Walter Younger(rip) Claud(rip) Joseph. Asagai, Travis Younger, Lena Younger, Walter Younger, Ruth Younger, Beneatha Younger George Beneatha Younger Ruth Younger Walter Younger Lena Younger Themes - discussion/disagreement about how Ruth and Walter raise their son (later also with Mama) - talk about the cheque/ money in general (spendage) -> Walter'sliquor store, Beneatha's education talk about Walters and Beneathas personalities - [Ruth's health] - religious views . 7 pregnancy of Ruth-> what to do.now? - Asagai gives Nigerian robes(from his sister's personal wardrobe) to Beneatha > he is back from Canada > talk about first meeting, assimilation etc. pregnancy reveal towards Walter by Mama discussion about the money - cheering each other higher-> Walter and Beneatha - embarrassed Ruth-> because of Walter and Beneatha - perplexed George->(Beneathe hates assimilation) ->argument about their world view. - Walter makes fun about George-> argument arises-> jealousy. of Walter. - tried heart to heart talk by Ruth->...

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fails. -> Walter feels misunderstood, Ruth feels like she can do nothing for him other than give him something to eat - Mama tells about the bought house(Travis first) -> reveal whit neighbourhood Plot Act 2, Scene 2(release of stress) - a few weeks later - family is getting ready to move in the new house - Beneatha ends things with George - Walter becomes head of the family and has full control over the money Act 2, Scene 3(turning point) - visit of Karl Lindner, offers money so they do not move into the white neighbourhood - Bobo arrives to tell that Willy betrayed them and all the money is gone Act 3(falling action) - an hour later - Asagai purposes to Beneatha-> wants to go to Africa with her - Walter thinks again about Lindners offer 4 - Setting the house of the Younger family. - the house of the Younger family - the house of the Younger family Characters. George, Beneatha Younger, Lena Younger, Mrs. Johnson(neighbour), Ruth Younger, Travis Younger, Walter Younger Ruth Younger, Beneatha Younger, Walter Younger, Karl Lindner, Lena Younger, Travis Younger, Bobo Beneatha Younger, Joseph Asagai, Ruth Younger, Walter Younger, Lena Younger, Travis Younger, Karl Lindner Themes - different views about a woman's life(George and Beneatha) -> support of Mama after breakup - Johnson's talk about their new neighbourhood, Youngers are proud-acting - life view of Mama thoroughbred husband(servant wasn't a fit thing for a man) - Walters disappearance from work -> depressed-> destroyed dream - Mama's priority-> their children-> Walter becomes the head of the family - Walter talks about his dream version of a perfect life( wealth, giving his child every opportunity - talk about when Ruth and Walter were the last time to the movies - Beneatha and Walter decline Lindner's offer -> talks his way around the issues at first - later they tell Mama and making fun about it - presents for Mama(all except Mama make fun Travis gift) -> gardening - Bobo tells about the lost money-> Walter gave. also Beneatha's money away - Mama beats Walter-> Beneatha tries to stop it - Beneatha feels lost, Beneathas backstory for her dream-> Asagai acts the same as her in a different way-> helps her to find her way back - berating Walter(Beneatha)-> disowning him -> lecture by Mama to love people not only when it is easy-> love is unconditional - Walter wanting to accept Linder's offer-> Mama insisting in front of Travis-> change of heart-> he stands by his decision to move in - view of manhood. What is the drama about? - Purpose of dreams - different views about womanhood, manhood - problems of black people: racism, civil rights, employment/little money - living in a family - stay true to yourself - struggling to gain acceptance in the whole society and in their family Walter Lee Younger in his middle thirties • chauffeur • son of Lena Younger, brother of Beneatha Younger, husband of Ruth Younger, Father of Travis Younger, - desperate, frustrated (with life situation) -> dissatisfied with his job -> success is needed with his view of manhood - manhood( being able to give everything to his family) -> worth of him depends on how much he can give them(moneywise) - obsesses with the idea opening a liquor store and therefore becoming wealthy - longs for a wealthy life, thinks money will solve all his problems conflicts - questions Beneatha's dream - feels misunderstood by his family -> conflict with Ruth, she does not know what to do with him- acts moody, bored towards her -> money fixation separates him from his family -> money is not happiness -> being head of the family(has to think about all and not only about his dream) -> jealous at George plant of Mama stands for hope as Mama herself as long as they grow and go on their is hope - disappointments, unfulfilled feeling turns into self-hatred - learns that money is not happiness and takes pride in his family and acts not only for himself but for them in the end A Raisin in the Sun - by Lorraine Hansberry. - opened on Broadway on the 11th march 1959 - about an afro-american family in Chicago -> struggling with their life situation-> arise of conflicts within the family about their dreams and values -> ?new opportunity due to the cheque? Ruth Younger in her thirties • Wife of Walter Younger, Mother of Travis Younger - soft personality, cares deeply especially about her son (eventhough they fought" kiss) *- ,,settled woman" - tired of the everyday the same lifestyle - still happy with her life and family - takes care of the household cares about her boys-> knows when to be harsh-> waking up - tries to please everyone - deep connection to Mama-> share similar values - wants to be a good mother - wants to be treated equally(marriage) - never raises her voice. conflicts - does not like to talk about her feelings, puts herself behind everyone - does not see money as important-> fight with Walter - does not like if people talk into her methods of raising Travis - different view of womanhood than Benatha Lena Younger • about sixty • mother of Beneatha and Walter, grandmother of Travis • husband died - worked hard in her life for her children(family is first priority). - strong appearance, is respected - head of the family - does not need material wealth(same view as Ruth's) - emphatic(cares about everyone, makes sure they eat and are well) soft spot for Ruth and Travis - really religious - proud of her family and herself - holds on to her values - teaches the others to stay motivated and on their . way, does not talk anyone down conflicts --Walter obsessive behaviour over money-> hurts the people around him - religious fight with Beneatha. - being head of the family and holding her family despite their conflicts together - pushes Walter in the role of his father Beneatha Younger • twenty years old • daughter of Lena Younger, sister of Walter Younger • most educated - does not believe in God - argues and teases a lot with her brother - broad - dreams of becoming a doctor - marriage behind her career->puts herself first - new ideals of womanhood not the stereotype at that time - big ego, egocentric - hides her insecurities except in front of Asagai acts as she is high mighty. - wants to find herself(changing hobbies) - feels also misunderstood believes. - claims to be a black independent woman(Asagai critics her for assimilation before that) - Asagai feeds her idealism, proud of his roots himself - Asagai loves her, respects her, is interested in her feelings - George is from a rich family - shares different values, disrespects her values, does not talks to her like she wants to - assimilated. Travis Younger around eleven years old • son of Walter and Ruth Younger grandson of Lena Younger aims for a plain life - spoiled by Mama (his bedsheets)(wants to ask her for money) mature-> requests to earn money at the supermarket - cheeky but loveable conflicts - does not believe in god(Mama) - does not believe in Walter's dreams - takes quite a lot for granted - feels misunderstood by her family, is above theme intellectual-wise - feels unheard by George and not taken seriously - Walter cannot understand why she does not want to marry George so she can be rich - has to learn to love unconditionally(Walter learned by Mama). - as more she learns about herself as more supportive she becomes - still cares about her family -> tries to protect Walter -> teases around with theme

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Plot Act 1, Scene 1(Exposition) - friday morning - family wakes up - they expect a check from the insurance company Act 1, Scene 2(rising action) - saturday morning - the cheque arrives - Joseph Asagai visits Act 2, Scene 1(rising action) - later the same day. - ritual dance by Beneatha - date between Beneatha and George(theatre) - Mama buys a house in a white neighbourhood - return of a drunk Walter Younger Setting - in the home of the younger family (Chicago) - kitchen, bedroom, bathroom - home of the younger family. - home of the younger family. Beneatha's bedroom A RAISIN IN THE SUN Characters. Ruth Younger, Walter Lee Younger, Travis Younger, Beneatha Younger(Bennie), Lena Younger(Mama) mentioned: (big) Walter Younger(rip) Claud(rip) Joseph. Asagai, Travis Younger, Lena Younger, Walter Younger, Ruth Younger, Beneatha Younger George Beneatha Younger Ruth Younger Walter Younger Lena Younger Themes - discussion/disagreement about how Ruth and Walter raise their son (later also with Mama) - talk about the cheque/ money in general (spendage) -> Walter'sliquor store, Beneatha's education talk about Walters and Beneathas personalities - [Ruth's health] - religious views . 7 pregnancy of Ruth-> what to do.now? - Asagai gives Nigerian robes(from his sister's personal wardrobe) to Beneatha > he is back from Canada > talk about first meeting, assimilation etc. pregnancy reveal towards Walter by Mama discussion about the money - cheering each other higher-> Walter and Beneatha - embarrassed Ruth-> because of Walter and Beneatha - perplexed George->(Beneathe hates assimilation) ->argument about their world view. - Walter makes fun about George-> argument arises-> jealousy. of Walter. - tried heart to heart talk by Ruth->...

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fails. -> Walter feels misunderstood, Ruth feels like she can do nothing for him other than give him something to eat - Mama tells about the bought house(Travis first) -> reveal whit neighbourhood Plot Act 2, Scene 2(release of stress) - a few weeks later - family is getting ready to move in the new house - Beneatha ends things with George - Walter becomes head of the family and has full control over the money Act 2, Scene 3(turning point) - visit of Karl Lindner, offers money so they do not move into the white neighbourhood - Bobo arrives to tell that Willy betrayed them and all the money is gone Act 3(falling action) - an hour later - Asagai purposes to Beneatha-> wants to go to Africa with her - Walter thinks again about Lindners offer 4 - Setting the house of the Younger family. - the house of the Younger family - the house of the Younger family Characters. George, Beneatha Younger, Lena Younger, Mrs. Johnson(neighbour), Ruth Younger, Travis Younger, Walter Younger Ruth Younger, Beneatha Younger, Walter Younger, Karl Lindner, Lena Younger, Travis Younger, Bobo Beneatha Younger, Joseph Asagai, Ruth Younger, Walter Younger, Lena Younger, Travis Younger, Karl Lindner Themes - different views about a woman's life(George and Beneatha) -> support of Mama after breakup - Johnson's talk about their new neighbourhood, Youngers are proud-acting - life view of Mama thoroughbred husband(servant wasn't a fit thing for a man) - Walters disappearance from work -> depressed-> destroyed dream - Mama's priority-> their children-> Walter becomes the head of the family - Walter talks about his dream version of a perfect life( wealth, giving his child every opportunity - talk about when Ruth and Walter were the last time to the movies - Beneatha and Walter decline Lindner's offer -> talks his way around the issues at first - later they tell Mama and making fun about it - presents for Mama(all except Mama make fun Travis gift) -> gardening - Bobo tells about the lost money-> Walter gave. also Beneatha's money away - Mama beats Walter-> Beneatha tries to stop it - Beneatha feels lost, Beneathas backstory for her dream-> Asagai acts the same as her in a different way-> helps her to find her way back - berating Walter(Beneatha)-> disowning him -> lecture by Mama to love people not only when it is easy-> love is unconditional - Walter wanting to accept Linder's offer-> Mama insisting in front of Travis-> change of heart-> he stands by his decision to move in - view of manhood. What is the drama about? - Purpose of dreams - different views about womanhood, manhood - problems of black people: racism, civil rights, employment/little money - living in a family - stay true to yourself - struggling to gain acceptance in the whole society and in their family Walter Lee Younger in his middle thirties • chauffeur • son of Lena Younger, brother of Beneatha Younger, husband of Ruth Younger, Father of Travis Younger, - desperate, frustrated (with life situation) -> dissatisfied with his job -> success is needed with his view of manhood - manhood( being able to give everything to his family) -> worth of him depends on how much he can give them(moneywise) - obsesses with the idea opening a liquor store and therefore becoming wealthy - longs for a wealthy life, thinks money will solve all his problems conflicts - questions Beneatha's dream - feels misunderstood by his family -> conflict with Ruth, she does not know what to do with him- acts moody, bored towards her -> money fixation separates him from his family -> money is not happiness -> being head of the family(has to think about all and not only about his dream) -> jealous at George plant of Mama stands for hope as Mama herself as long as they grow and go on their is hope - disappointments, unfulfilled feeling turns into self-hatred - learns that money is not happiness and takes pride in his family and acts not only for himself but for them in the end A Raisin in the Sun - by Lorraine Hansberry. - opened on Broadway on the 11th march 1959 - about an afro-american family in Chicago -> struggling with their life situation-> arise of conflicts within the family about their dreams and values -> ?new opportunity due to the cheque? Ruth Younger in her thirties • Wife of Walter Younger, Mother of Travis Younger - soft personality, cares deeply especially about her son (eventhough they fought" kiss) *- ,,settled woman" - tired of the everyday the same lifestyle - still happy with her life and family - takes care of the household cares about her boys-> knows when to be harsh-> waking up - tries to please everyone - deep connection to Mama-> share similar values - wants to be a good mother - wants to be treated equally(marriage) - never raises her voice. conflicts - does not like to talk about her feelings, puts herself behind everyone - does not see money as important-> fight with Walter - does not like if people talk into her methods of raising Travis - different view of womanhood than Benatha Lena Younger • about sixty • mother of Beneatha and Walter, grandmother of Travis • husband died - worked hard in her life for her children(family is first priority). - strong appearance, is respected - head of the family - does not need material wealth(same view as Ruth's) - emphatic(cares about everyone, makes sure they eat and are well) soft spot for Ruth and Travis - really religious - proud of her family and herself - holds on to her values - teaches the others to stay motivated and on their . way, does not talk anyone down conflicts --Walter obsessive behaviour over money-> hurts the people around him - religious fight with Beneatha. - being head of the family and holding her family despite their conflicts together - pushes Walter in the role of his father Beneatha Younger • twenty years old • daughter of Lena Younger, sister of Walter Younger • most educated - does not believe in God - argues and teases a lot with her brother - broad - dreams of becoming a doctor - marriage behind her career->puts herself first - new ideals of womanhood not the stereotype at that time - big ego, egocentric - hides her insecurities except in front of Asagai acts as she is high mighty. - wants to find herself(changing hobbies) - feels also misunderstood believes. - claims to be a black independent woman(Asagai critics her for assimilation before that) - Asagai feeds her idealism, proud of his roots himself - Asagai loves her, respects her, is interested in her feelings - George is from a rich family - shares different values, disrespects her values, does not talks to her like she wants to - assimilated. Travis Younger around eleven years old • son of Walter and Ruth Younger grandson of Lena Younger aims for a plain life - spoiled by Mama (his bedsheets)(wants to ask her for money) mature-> requests to earn money at the supermarket - cheeky but loveable conflicts - does not believe in god(Mama) - does not believe in Walter's dreams - takes quite a lot for granted - feels misunderstood by her family, is above theme intellectual-wise - feels unheard by George and not taken seriously - Walter cannot understand why she does not want to marry George so she can be rich - has to learn to love unconditionally(Walter learned by Mama). - as more she learns about herself as more supportive she becomes - still cares about her family -> tries to protect Walter -> teases around with theme