A Raisin in the Sun

A black family is united in love and pride as they struggle to overcome poverty and harsh living conditions, in the 1959 play about an embattled Chicago family.

A Raisin in the Sun

Author: Lorraine Hansberry

Publisher: Modern Library (Hardcover)

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Page: 135

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A black family is united in love and pride as they struggle to overcome poverty and harsh living conditions, in the 1959 play about an embattled Chicago family.

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