A Raisin in the Sun Essay | Human Condition in A Raisin in the Sun

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Human Condition in A Raisin in the Sun

Summary: The effect of extreme human emotions and how they effect the human condition in A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry.
"How do extreme human emotions affect the human condition."

    Emotion of necessity must affect condition or it is not a true emotion. Emotions are a reflection of the state of inner condition. When in a state of weakness and emotion the reflection is that of femininity. An emotion expressing anger or happiness means an inner conditioning of masculinity. Extreme emotions affect the human conditioning through the amount of masculinity and femininity. More or less of these attributes affect how you will interact with society.

Masculinity is favored over femininity for many dream of strength and boldness. This way of thinking is adopted by Miniver Cheevey as he thinks of bold knights and dainty princesses. He wishes to have these traits because they are desirable for all. The opposite trait is femininity which is desirable only for women for a...

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