A Raisin in the Sun

Mama tells Walter that something is eating him up, Something that has to do with more than just money. What do you think it is?

This is Scene II

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Although Walter has a family, wife, and job; he still lives with his mother. Walter feels emasculated under these circumstances. He feels that nobody listens to his dreams or wants to give him a chance at being a "man".