A Raisin in the Sun
...raisin in the sun: and, The sign in Sidney Brustein's window”, New York: Vintage Books, 1995.Print.... depicting Beneatha’s changing of her hair, the (Hansberry, Nemiroff, and Baraka, 61) is attempting to show how the minority blacks are socially conditioned to follow the Caucasian standards of beauty. Beneatha has straightened her hair in order to get rid of her African black image but The Nigerian student Asagai who tells her that what she did was nothing but “mutilated” her hair (Hansberry, Nemiroff, and Baraka, 61). Here, the contrast in the characters of the two is evident. Asagai is confident in his African identity but Beneatha looks like she is confused and has self-doubt. This incident depicts...