the answer is:
a. he is organized and has an established morning routine.
in the excerpt from lorraine hansberry's "a raisin in the sun," the narrator provides a description of travis younger's morning habitual activities. in that respect, he gets up with difficulty, takes his towels and clothes from the drawers and goes out to the bathroom. after all, he is a good-natured, persistent boy who sleeps in the living room.
"kronos was the ruler of the titans, and he had great power and fortune. he had five children, who would eventually become the olympians, and he is afraid of his children taking his power away from him. to prevent that, he decided to get rid of his children by taking every child and throwing them into a deep, deep well. however, his wife rhea took them from the well and smuggled them to another town, but over time kronos learned of their presence in another town and swallowed them whole. luckily, rhea was able to smuggle zeus away safely before his father swallowed him, replacing him with a bundle of rocks. metis, his caretaker while on the mortal world, knew about kronos and his plot and told zeus to pretend to serve him his food and drink, secretly poisoned by a poisoned flower. when kronos swallowed the flower, he vomited his children out whole, who teamed together and overthrew him. kronos's insecurity led to his demise." i edited and remade some parts to be more accurate. some of your story was a little off so i fixed and rewrote it for you.