Resolving Conflict and Overcoming Obstacles in Lorraine Hansberry’s A Raisin in the Sun

Resolving Conflicts and Overcoming Obstacles in A Raisin In The Sun

 

In the play, A Raisin In The Sun, Mother tries to keep everything under control because she believes in her children and their dreams, yet understands that they still need to learn and strengthen their value’s as they begin to realize their own aspirations. She is the head of the family around whom the conflicts arise and are resolved.

After the death of her husband, Mother struggles to keep her family together by providing the support and guidance they need, and encouraging them to use good judgment and think of the family as a whole before making their decisions. As the family faces various obstacles, each seemingly more severe t…

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