Walter and Benetha in "Raisin in the Sun"
An analysis of the characters, Walter and Benetha, in Lorraine Hansberry's play, "Raisin in the Sun".
# 2046 | 736 words | 3 sources | 2000 |
Published on Aug 26, 2001 in Drama and Theater (American) , Drama and Theater (Dramatic Art) , English (Comparison) , Film (General) , Drama and Theater (General)
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This paper takes a look at the differences between the two characters, Walter and Beneth, and their outlook on life.
From the Paper:"Lorraine Hansberry's A Raisin in the Sun is a brilliant play about family, money, and power. The characters Walter and Beneatha have conflicting ideas on everything including; who the head of the family is and what it means to be successful, the role of women in society, and assimilation. "A Raisin in the Sun is about dreams, ironically enough. And how those psychological projections of human life can come into conflict like any other product of that life." Throughout history, we have been taught that you have to be flexible and compromise-especially in a family situation."
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