A Raisin in the Sun Essay | A Dream Is a Raisin

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A Dream Is a Raisin

Summary: Provides a summary of the play Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry. Discusses characters, plot and provides insight to the play's major themes.
A raisin in the sun is not a pretty sight to see. It is small and shriveled up. There also may be some juices leaking from it which don't produce a very kind odor. So why then title a play after such a pathetic mess? Every person has had a day where they feel like a raisin in the sun. In the play A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry, an entire family feels that way.

In the play each character has a dream of their own. Mama lives in a small apartment with her daughter Beneatha and son Walter. Walter's wife Ruth and son Travis also live in the "rat trap."Mama and Ruth both want a big house for their family to live in. Walter wants to open a liquor store so he can finically support his family, and Beneatha want to...

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