A Raisin in the Sun Essay | Raisin in the Sun - Dreams

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Raisin in the Sun - Dreams

Summary: The theme of dreams in the novel, "A Raisin in the Sun."
Dreams are an important part of every person's life, and something everyone should have. Dreams can be motivational and they can make you try things you would never have tried before--that is, unless you are the Younger family. Yes, they each have their respective dream, but unfortunately, none of them eventually come true. They go about achieving their dreams in a very unorganized way, and as a result, it comes back to haunt them in the end. Their dreams never become reality, and they remain in search of the American dream--freedom.

Mama is in her early sixties, and she has overcome many obstacles in life; she is full of experience to share with her family. This experience is shown when the whole family discusses moving out, and Mama gives her opinion on moving by saying, "Sometimes you just got to know when to give...

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