How does the final scene (Walter's empowerment is celebrated) contradict with what Hansberry actually aimed to expose ?
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Are you referring to Walter's choice to stay rather than taking Lindner's offer? And if so, what do you believe Hansberry meant to expose?
I mean Hansberry might have done this because of not catching negative attentions and to glorify Black nationalism or identity. Otherwise she would have been seen as outrageous person. What do you think about that ?
I don't believe that Hansberry was glorifying Black nationalism, as much as she was exposing poverty within our nation. Hansberry was speaking to the need for action rather than complacency.
I agree with you but it's our final exam question that's why i'm trying to learn the answer even though i don't think like that. Thank you for your answer :)