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A Raisin in the Sun

Summary: A Raisin in the Sun between film and novel
Within the depth of time and poverty, the Younger family learned lessons of how the world works. "A Raisin in the Sun," has been portrayed in more than one way, in the filmed play it was changed to show an entirely different meaning from what author, Lorraine Hansberry has so carefully thought out within her screenplay. Hansberry created a story in which she showed the "various enormous questions of the social organization around them [theYoungers] which they understand in part, but only part"(pg.5) In the screenplay it was shown to the viewers that the problem that existed, existed mostly in part by the Younger family and their actions. The social organization as an issue is not as prominent within the play. The issues that surround woman working and becoming more than a house mother or house maintenance personal seem to be expressed very strongly...

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