In this sentence, Carl Sandburg demonstrates the theme of having a sense of pride in where one lives. Sandburg tells us that his hometown is Chicago. He tells us of Chicago's problems. The city is "crooked" because of its criminality and its justice system. He also tells us that it is brutal, as inequality is rampant. However, he tells us that despite these problems, people from Chicago are extremely resilient and strong, and this fills him with a sense of pride.
This question refers to "A Raisin in the Sun," a play by Lorraine Hansberry. Walter is one of the main characters, along with Mama and his sister, Ruth. For most of the play, Walter has the firm belief that money can solve any kind of problem. However, he has trouble making money. He also has trouble understanding that the money itself should not be an end to a means. Instead, it should be the means to an end, the resource used to get something that will help make people happy and comfortable. It is only at the end of the play that Walter is able to open his eyes to that. He finally sees that his mother's and sister's dreams are more important than to simply possess money.
Answer: D. Williams speaks as an observer, but Frost speaks as a participant in the harvest.
Explanation: The poem "After Apple Picking" by Robert Frost Summer is different from "The Corn Harvest" by William Carlos Williams because "The Corn Harvest," Williams writes in the third person, which implies he is a spectator of the scene he describes. "After Apple Picking," Frost uses the first person point of view, so it is the narrator who has taken part in the apple-picking.
Yes they are complex characters because they have a “soft side” and a tough side.( they’re soft side cones out when Johnny dies.) so they are capable to be kind and caring,even though they get into a lot of trouble with the socs.