Raisin In The Sun

Raisin In The Sun

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By: Lorraine Hansberry

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  •  Well, I always wanted me a garden like I used to see sometimes at the back of the houses down home. This plant is as close as I ever got to have one.
  • Our Negro families are happier when they live in their own communities
  • This, friends, is the Welcoming Committee
  • You are looking at what a well-dressed Nigerian woman wears--Isn't it beautiful? OCOMOGOSIAY!
  •     Mama just recieved a check with $10,000. That was from Big Walter's insurance money. Now, Mama has to make a decision whether to give the money for Beneatha's education, Walter's buisiness, or Mama's long dream of owning a large house for her family. 
  • Mr.Lindner tells the Youngers that the white cmmunity where they are moving does not want a black family living near them. However, the Youngers don't want to betray Mama's dream nor the whole black race, by accepting Lindner's offer. 
  • Beneatha was always struggling to find her identity and express herself. However, when Asagai brought her a traditional Nigerian dress, she wanted to be a "Queen of the Nile." So, Beneatha has to decide what her identity is.  
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