Quotes From A Raisin In The Sun

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A Raisin in the Sun has many events throughout the story that teach something. They teach us the importance of family, the need to fight against racial discrimination to show who you are, and to always follow your dreams. The Youngers struggle socially and economically throughout the play but unite in the end to realize their dream of buying a house. Mama strongly believes in the importance of family, and she tries to teach this value to her family as she struggles to keep them together and functioning. “Crazy ‘bout his children! God knows there was plenty wrong with Walter Younger – hard-headed, mean, kind of wild with women – plenty wrong with him. But he sure loved his children. Always wanted them to have something – be something. That’s
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