English-A Raisin in the Sun

In the book A Raisin in the Sun, what does Walter think about George Murchison? Please check my answer:
Is this correct: Walter is jealous of George. He's jealous that George has been to New York and he hasn't. He's jealous of George's trendy and impressive clothing, which he can't afford for himself. He's also jealous of George's education. Basically, Walter is envious of all the money the Murchison's have. Walter is angry and hurt when George doesn't care to do business with him.

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