A Raisin In the Sun is a drama play that takes place sometime between World War II and the present. The drama examines how an African American struggles to break out of the themes of poverty, dreams, racism, society and other social themes they are faced with. Both the play and the movie version analyze how race and economic insecurity affects a black man’s role in his own family, his ability to provide and his identity. The themes remained the same in both the play and the movie version.
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The younger family all had their dreams but it was deferred for the lack of money. Walter"tms family is mad at him for his inability to provide for his family. In the movie version, Beneatha exit the room through the bathroom when Walter asked her about her tuition. There were five of them living in the house so the little one had to sleep on the couch every night. Travis just wanted fifty cents that his teacher told him he needed for class that day, and Mama wanted to use the money to move her family out of their tiny apartment and into a nice house where they could all live happily. One of the major themes of the play A Raisin In the Sun is dreams and dreams deferred. Walter Lee Younger works as a chauffeur, but his dream is to one day open up a liquor store. The money was from Mama"tms husband who had passed away a few years before. His sister got mad at him when he asked her how much her medical tuition was going to cost (1877). Beneatha, Walter"tms sister couldn"tmt afford to pay for her medical school. The furnishings were described in the play as typical and undistinguished; they have used it for a lot of years (1868). Everyone wanted the money to be for themselves and nobody else. Each member of the Younger family had each of their own dreams when the family received ten thousand dollars in the mail.