A Raisin in the Sun

Are you optimistic about the family's future? Explain.

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I think a final turning point of the play comes when Mr. Lindner, a representative from the white neighborhood, toffers to would pay the Youngers extra not to move into their neighborhood. Walter is determined to make the deal despite his scruples, but at the last moment Walter is unable to make the transaction under the innocent gaze of his son, Travis. In the end, the family decides to move. Even though the road ahead will be difficult, they know that they have made an honorable choice.Walter finally makes the honerable choce for his family.  I think that once they make this move, the family has a chance at a better future.