A Raisin In The Sun Marxist Analysis

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Introduction
Lorraine Hansberry creates one of the most honest images of the black family, during a period when mainly the presence of black audience does not exist. Before the play “A Raisin in the Sun”, the American stage was filled with small and comedic roles of African-American, mostly engaged racism stereotypes. However, Hansberry represents black family as a realistic light, and that description is critical and far away from comedic roles. She uses the concept of black vernacular and raises relevant issues and clashes specifically race identity of African-American, poverty, socio economic class, power dynamics, social class and discrimination. Lorraine Hansberry play “A Raisin in The Sun” investigates the extreme tension in between black and white society and stress in black community regarding how should react during the
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She discusses racial struggle of white vs. African American. The title of this play references the assumption of Langston Hughes prominently poses in the poem he writes about the forgotten or delay dream. As he doubts whether such dream blow up or not “like a raisin in the sun” .Since every family members have its individual dream, Beneatha wishes to become a professional doctor , Walter wishes to have a lot of money so that he can raise the standard of living . Furthermore, Beneatha seems as the lord of her power as compare to others. According to all these points, racism and race issue are central and are also assumed as central in an encouraging the consequent decisions and discussion related to Younger’s family. The illogical behavior on the race issue and restrictions those biases generation are tangled with the basic interpersonal conflicts that the Younger family faces and, in the end,
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