A Raisin in the Sun
...American, which is totally lacking in Mrs. Johnson. Works Cited Hansberry, Lorraine, Nemiroff, Robert and Baraka, Imamu Amiri, “A raisin in the sun: and, The sign in Sidney Brustein's window”, New York: Vintage Books, 1995.Print.... ” (Hansberry, Nemiroff, and Baraka, 61). The drama of the play is brought to a new dimension when the scene of Walter lets his son know he is still have the plan to involve in the liquor store deal. This is because, it is only in this moment that the audience sees a different side of Walter’s personality as he generally strikes to the audience as a restless and quarreling person. But in this scene, the reader or viewer of the play is reminded of the real human...