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2.4.3 Tst Redefining Home 1

Student’s Name Instructor’s Name Course Title Date Wrap-Up: Redefining Home Have pride! Dream big! Fight for Money! While these may sound like lines in a campaign speech they essentially describe some of the themes in Lorraine’s Hansberry play “A Raisin in the Sun.” Just when people thought in the 1950s that there were no African American Broadway viewers no marketable possibility for a far-reaching black show and no meaningful “crossover” white viewers for a performance about Blacks the runner up Raisin realized the impossible as an all-out viable play with critical success. A Raisin in the Sun is a play about an African American family residing in the Southern part of Chicago during the 1950s. The Younger family is depicted as a lower-class family that has been struggling to overcome their frustrations and realize their dreams. Crowded together in a stuffy flat the Younger family envision better monetary gain because of the theme of pride family and dreams developed in the excerpt. Through the character Walter the deliberate idea of pride in Younger’s family is depicted in which he identifies themselves as proud brags of her sister and refuses to take Mr. Lindner’s offer. Also Walter’s ability to recognize the importance of family unity helps them in realizing their dreams of buying a house. Lastly it is by recognizing the value of their dream of buying a house that the family collectively manage to maintain their honor rather than exchange it for money. Giving up things is sometimes just part of loving people and Walter’s move to give up his selfish interest and fight for his family’s honor is an example of a “good pride” that represents dignity and self-respect. Work Cited Hansberry Lorraine. Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun. Samuel French Inc. 1984.
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