A Raisin in the Sun By Lorraine Hansberry Character Analysis The Two Moving Men

Although the moving men have no speaking parts, their few moments on stage are memorable. They are admonished by Mama for not handling her furniture with the care she feels her furniture deserves. The moving men remind us of Walter; maybe their dreams are as intense as Walter's. As they look around the apartment, it appears that they are impressed by the Youngers' dramatic move out of the Southside neighborhood.

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