Pride In Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin In The Sun

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In Lorraine Hansberry’s play A Raisin in the Sun, the character Beneatha shows the most growth in her pride and expression. The main focus of her pride is in her African heritage; she grows by embracing her African traits and learning their compelling history. She also grows with her different ways of expression, by trying to find ways to express herself and also using her heritage to express herself. The play is focused on a family, the Youngers; They live in a small apartment in Chicago’s Southside; Beneatha is Mama 's daughter and Walter’s sister. The pride Beneatha has in her African heritage is incredible; most Africans at this time could be called assimilationists; they are trying to blend in with the white culture hoping they will get
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