Hardships In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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Hardships A Raisin in the sun is about an African American family together in an apartment in chicago.The director uses the obstacles the family have faced to setup the theme throughout the story.The affect on Ruth finally decided that she wanted the family to move into an house in clybourne park.The Apartment they were staying in, the furniture was very faded and worn out, that's one of the reasons Ruth would enjoy moving into an house.Ruth and mama wanted the best for the family. Walter also wanted to start up his own liquor store business because he thought it was a great way to provide for his family sufficiently. Although their relationship experiences hardships, the Younger family perseveres because they unite as a family. Walter is a dreamer. He wants to be rich and devises plans to acquire wealth with his friends, particularly Willy Harris. Walter is a chauffeur And traumatically hates his job( Hansberry 38). It has reached out to the point when he haven't been coming into work, while he…show more content…
As the youngers family each had their own separate problems which brought them closer together than ever.It made them, it didnt breake them.The youngers will aim for gretaness regardless on what they might face.Karl Linder was one of the doubters through out the story trying to buy them out.At this particular moment,the ability to be able to estbalish a better life for ones family is valued above all. This makes the overall ending of the play a positive one.It is almost as if Hansberry is indicating that while there is hope for the future, there will always be struggle and challenge inherent within it.The Youngers eventually move out of the apartment, fulfilling the family’s long-held dream. Their future seems uncertain and slightly dangerous, but they are optimistic and determined to live a better life. They believe that they can succeed if they stick together as a family and resolve to defer their dreams no
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