A Raisin in the Sun

How are the dreams of Lindner and the white residents of Clybourne Park both similar to the different from the dreams of thr younger family? Where do the two dreams clash?

Act II , from the play "A raisin in the sun"

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The dreams are the same in terms of wanting a better life. Different in a sense of how the better life is attained.


A raisin in the sun