I Achieve A Dream In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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The Youngers started with nothing but a dream they had no respect in society and in the end they still achieved their dream but how ? “ A Raisin In The Sun “ written by Lorraine Hansberry talks about the struggle of the youngers being an African American family in a racist society. This story describes how hard it was to keep a dream in the 1950’s as an African American and how they still went for it despite the efforts against them. In my opinion , The Youngers realized the Aamerican Ddream and knew what they had to go through to achieve it .
“ THAT MONEY IS MADE OUT OF MY FATHER'S FLESH “ this quote was needed to describe what the youngers went through just to achieve their dreams. Walter is saying that his father basically put his life in the ground and worked day and night to get his family that money. Walter Younger Sr. died getting that money to his family I believe he achieved his dream as soon as that money reached his family's doorstep. He knew to achieve his dream in america it would have to come at a cost and he was willing to sacrifice his life for his family to have a better one.
“ Strength…” this quote had to be the most powerful in the book in my opinion. Mama said this right after the money was stolen for Beneatha’s medical school and Walter’s liquor store. Mama and the rest of the family had to have strength in order
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Walter said this to Mr.Lindner when he offered to pay them back for the house to keep them out just because of the color of their skin. This was the way of society back in the 50’s and to do what Walter said and did basically was a goal , dream , and achievement itself not just for him but the black community too. Walter also had to fight back his emotions and say it in front of his family and set an example for his son which took a massive amount of
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