A deferred dream in a plain play–A Raisin in the Sun

              What happens to a dream deferred? Coming from the famous poem of Langston Hughes, the title of the book sums up the central idea of the play—when a dream is deferred, it not only dries up like a raisin in the sun but is also capable of exploding. Surrounding a three-generation African American household,Continue reading “A deferred dream in a plain play–A Raisin in the Sun”

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