Dreams In A Raisin In The Sun By Lorraine Hansberry

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A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry is realistic fictional in which the play 's title and the characters represent the play 's theme. The play focused on Black americans struggles to reach the american dream of liberty and purpose happiest during the 1950 and 1960s the idea of everyone having the chance to achieve a better life should exist for all. Hansberry created her title using a line from langston hughes poem “ A Dream Deferred”. The original poem was written in 8ugd1951 about harlem. Hughes line from the poem claimed that when dreams are deferred they have to go for it. This meant that they are put off until future time a dream you put on hold. Hughes poem further suggest that when dreams and goals are denied to persuade …show more content…
Walter younger was a real example of black america 's struggle to reach the american dream when he tried making a difference in blacks because he wanted to be the first black to open up a liquor store. Jena was a real example of black america’s struggles to reach the american dream when she got the money to make a down payment on the house because that 's all she wanted but the man was begging her to move out. Beneatha was a real example of black america’s struggle to reach the american dream when she wanted to go to school to become a doctor but as she waited for the money so she can go to school Mama decised to give the money to walter because walter was going to open up a business but he ended up giving away beneatha school money to the guy that ran away with his liquor store money. So what if there dream deferred walter and beneatha and mama didn 't give up on their dream. Just because she was black and they didn’t have money didn 't mean that they couldn 't be business people or own a house in the white area. so what if they were waiting on a check to make their dream happen. what if they weren 't black would they dream deferred as much as the whites, would they not have the same dream, would they even have a dream or struggle. Why should the white care that the black move into their neighborhood.Their shouldn 't be a problem they are just like them but with

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