Can you believe it? Today is the last day of reading A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. For tonight’s blog, I’m asking for notes again, as I want to ensure that you are catching up on your nightly note-taking.
CRITERIA FOR SUCCESS:
2. High quality note 1
3. High quality note 2
4. Walter changes over the course of this Act. First, he has an idea about calling Karl Lindner. Explain why he wanted to talk to Karl Lindner originally. The family then gets very upset with him. Why does that anger them? He then changes his mind and tells Karl something different from his original plan. What does he tell him instead? How does this action show that Walter “finally come into his manhood today” as Mama said?
Be as specific as possible and be prepared for a quiz on Act 3 in class tomorrow.
Happy reading and happy blogging!