Hansberry’s play examines how the legacy of slavery impacts a Black family in Chicago in the 1950s. Three generations of the Younger family live in a three-room apartment, sharing a common bathroom with their neighbors. Each member of the Younger family aspires to greater things such as a better job or a stand-alone home, but the color of their skin makes achieving the American Dream a long shot.
The Learning Objectives:
- How a Black family in the 1950s navigate a minefield of racism to achieve the American Dream.
- Choose a single significant theme that Hansberry develops and support it with quotes from her text (primary source).
- Find articles, journals and books in the library databases (secondary sources) that address the chosen theme.
- Create an essay reflecting the theme.
- Create an annotated bibliography reflecting and chronicling your research. (At least six sources)
- Make appointments with reference librarians to help with research.
- Make appointments with tutors at Tutoring Center to edit your essay.
After carefully reading A Raisin in the Sun, choose a significant theme.
The essay should be 750-1000 words. Essay should contain 4-6 quotes from the primary source as well as 6 quotes out of your annotated bibliography. There should be at least 6 sources in the annotated bibliography.
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