Hi, everybody!! I'm sorry that I'm late posting thisweek's question; I'd planned on posting itbefore leaving for my cousin's wedding on Friday, but time got away from me, and yesterday was crazy-busy, too.
Anyway, as we're finishing up A Raisin in the Sun, we see Walter mature in the story's resolution. Even though he's been a grown man for the story's duration, this still is his "coming-of age" story. What I want to ask you is, how does Walter finally "grow up" while talking with Mr. Lindner? Has he truly earned his family's forgiveness?
This will count as the last homework for the first marking period.