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Dreams Come True Act Ii Scene
2,481 wordsThe action of the play takes place in the poor South side of Chicago, sometime after World War II, probably around 1959. Most of the action takes place in the apartment of the Younger's, especially in the living / dining room and near the bathroom that they share with the Johnson family. Some of the action also takes place in the kitchen and in the two small bedrooms. The first bedroom is shared by Mama and her daughter, Beneatha; the second serves as a bedroom for Walter and his wife, Ruth. The...
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Five Hundred Dollars Dreams Come True
2,481 words... his attempts to kiss her, he departs. Mama asks her daughter whether she had a nice time. Beneatha says that she thinks George is stupid. Mama tells her that she need not waste time with fools. Beneatha is glad that she is understanding. Mrs. Johnson, a neighbor, enters. She has come over to warn the Younger's of the dangers involved in moving into a white neighborhood. Her concern for their welfare does not seem very genuine; instead, she comes across as an interfering busybody, who gets in...
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Raisin In The Sun Amount Of Money
737 wordsThe above passage taken from the play A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry between Mama and her son Walter shows how the author can address many themes of the play in one scene or even just a few lines; She addresses such themes as dreams, prejudice, and family. Mama is the head of the household where she lives with her son Walter and wife Ruth with their son Travis along with Walters sister Beneatha or Bennie as some like to call her. The passage tells the reader that Mama went out and did...
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Raisin In The Sun Dream Deferred
598 wordsA dream is a hope, a wish, and an aspiration. People have dreams about what they want to be when they grow up and what they want their children's future to be (like? ? ? ). Not all of these dreams come true, though. Even if you work really hard and put your heart into it, there is no guarantee that you will fulfill your dream. "What happens to a dream deferred" (Hughes)? Langston Hughes, author of the poem, a When something is deferred, it is put off until a later date; in other words, postponed...
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White People Clybourne Park
1,263 words... this guy who doesnt think about his actions like I said before. Who knows how much farther down hill this family can take. Later into the story when Mama wants to buy the house, the landlord stops by the apartment when Mama isnt home and the Younger family discuss this house with them. Mr. Lindner (the landlord) thinks that the family isnt suited for Clybourne Park because he doesnt think they will fit in. Well Walter intimidates Mr. Lindner a lot by saying things about why they arent suited...
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Walter Lee Dream Deferred
667 wordsThe opening scene, Hansberry tells us, is a pan shot of Chicago's South Side during the 1950 s (although it could as well be the 1990 s). Exterior and interior images show that we are in a ghetto, and this is how people live here. More importantly, this is a ghetto of African-Americans who have few choices in a white society. Over the panning shots is superimposed Langston Hughes' poem "Dream Deferred, " providing the inspiration for the title: "What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up l...
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Raisin In The Sun Melting Pot
932 wordsA Raisin in the Sun A Raisin in the Sun is written by Lorraine Hansberry. The play is autobiographical chronicle of her own life. Can it be called a domestic drama? How does the play exemplify the formula for domestic drama? First of all, domestic drama is a work of art, where the main emphasis is on the characters personal or intimate relationships and his / her responses to the events in their lives. As far as A Raisin in the Sun dwells on the events in the life of the character, it exemplifie...
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Act Ii Scene End Of Act
1,076 wordsQuests Not Dreams A Raisin in the Sun by Lorraine Hansberry is the story of black family living in the south side of Chicago. Each member of the family has a dream, a dream that has been put off for some reason. The storyline revolves around an insurance check for $ 10, 000. The check belongs to Mama but each character envisions a different use for the money. Through the events of the play, each person either has their dream realized or caught a glimpse of their dream being fulfilled. I believe ...
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