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1: 2. Beneatha's love life and home life. 3. Obstacles she face to become a better person, | 4. Remi-Rictyrin and what i have and will become. 5. Things that i have faced to bring me to this point . 6+7. Langston Hughes, (poem Q+A) | table of contents
2: But what everybody doesn't know is that she is far from being independent, because she is waiting on her father insurance money that her mother is getting from his death to keep in school. | A young independent college student with a desire to to become doctor. She lives to different love lives, with Joseph and George. with Joseph she's at her best free sprite and love but then when she gets with her boyfriend she at worst time she anger and fed up with him. She lives her life for a better, to become something different and to never depend on a man to give her the life that she looks for.
3: Life was not as easy as it looked for her, she had obstacles she had to facer on her rode of independence. She had to face her sister bring another baby into the house . Also her brother becoming very envies of her because of what she wanted to become. Also that Joseph wanting her not to be so independent and also Walter spending all the money.
4: me i am very out spoken i say what is needed to be said at any moment, I focus on what I will become I look at my past and thank the Lord for the change, I don't have friend because now a days you cant trust the world. I am very laid back I party when the time is needed I live for music. My dream is to become on of the most important people in the world being a Pediatric Surgeon. My blueprint is to stay focus keep my head in my books and not on the world.
5: Me i want to make a difference in life i want to be somebody then what everybody feel that i am i want to prove the world wrong. let the world know that it never matter how many time you brought me down and said i wont be anything it only made me a stronger person so i give my thanks to everybody that talked about me said i was go be dead before i turned 17 . So i thank you for your kindness.
6: "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
7: 1.What is Hughes' message about dreams deferred? 2.How do "dreams deferred" relate to the American Dream? 3."Why do you think Hansberry selected "Montage of a Dream Deferred" as the preface to A Raisin in the Sun? 4.According to the poem, what major obstacle has interfered with African Americans' quest for the American Dream? 1.that if you stop thing about something or a dream soon it will fade away. 2. they relate because they both are saying you should never give up on a dream. 3. because they all wanted a part of the check and they fought to they brought each other down. 4. they had to face people telling them that they will never be anything and that they will alway be slaves.