S: AMERICAN DREAM "A RAISEN IN THE SUN"
1: pg. 1 Beneatha pg. My life | TABLE OF CONTENT
2: Beneatha's dream and goal is to become a doctor. An obstacle in life she encounter was money problems. She was suppose to be getting money from her dad's retirement and go to college but her older brother Walter mis-used the money.
3: My Dreams and Goals. | I’m neat, Respectful, Bright, and I am an ambitions person. My dreams and goal is to become a nurse my blueprint is to graduate highs school and go straight to College. Fear, Anger, Doubt and Worry Could keep me from achieving my goals.
4: "Harlem" What happens to a dream deferred? Does it dry up like a raisin in the sun? Or fester like a sore - And then run? Does it stink like rotten meat? Or crust and sugar over - like a syrupy sweet? Maybe it just sags like a heavy load. Or does it explode? - Langston Hughes, 1951
5: 1.What is Hughes' message about dreams deferred? *The message is if you let your dreams go it will disappear. 2.How do "dreams deferred" relate to the American Dream? That people of all background live in American and come to American dreaming of living a better life. 4."Why do you think Hansberry selected "Montage of a Dream Deferred" as the preface to A Raisin in the Sun? Hansberry selected it because It was related to African Americans experience at that time period. 5.According to the poem, what major obstacle has interfered with African Americans' quest for the American Dream? Education is one major obstacle that interfered with African Americans.