A Raisin in the Sun - 4

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Tania Garcia A raisin in the sun Prof. Natalie Sandler November, 27, 2012 A Raisin in the sun In a Raisin in the sun people wondered about Walter Lee’s inner journey. A Raisin in the sun is a play that explorer’s the struggles of African American people who achieve their desires. It’s about an African American family trying to pursue an American dream of owning their own home but in the process they encounter racism and they must decide what is really important in life. Walter Lee’s inner journey is a man who lives with his mother and sister and his wife and Walter lee’s not satisfied of what he once owned and he doesn’t want to be a poor homeless…show more content…
Walter lee’s felt also a certain way because he didn’t take the money he felt he was going against his pride and dignity. And because he felt certain things could never be bought. Walter’s son is the biggest motivation for his decision. .. The next Raisin in the sun topic is taking the poem from Langston Hughes and comparing it to the Raisin in the sun. In taking the poem from Langston Hughes and comparing it to raisin in the sun. In Raisin in the sun is mainly about dreams that each of the characters of in this play and on how they struggle through their issues and circumstances they have to deal within their lives. Just the title alone it coincides with the poem Langston Hughes wrote about dreams. This poem was about dreams that were pushed to the side or just left to be forgotten. Everyone in Raisin in the sun has their own dreams which they hope to conquer one day, like beneath a wishes one day to be a doctor, then there is her husband Walter who badly wants to have money so he can afford things for his family but with the struggle they go thru it’s hard to fulfill these dreams and for it to come true. These characters at the end of the play dream of having their house that’s one of the dreams they would love and desperately want to come true because it will unite their family back together. In Comparison to Langston Hughes poems he also talks dreams and what
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