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Unformatted text preview: A Raisin in the Sun . Happiness must come from within, not from affluence. I think the scenario the book provides is very representative of the American ideal to be prosperous and move up in life. It is interesting how Naylor represents the different streets as levels of society, and I believe that Winstons jump to Tupelo Drive represents lottery winners and the like. Naylors portrayal of class within a highly confined area is like a concentrated, unrealistic representation of class structure in the United States. I believe it is the impractical aspect of the neighborhood that provides such a great impact on the reader. It will be interesting to see where she takes the corruption of the upper class and Winstons faade as well as the further progressions or regressions of individuals within the society of Linden Hills....
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2008 for the course HON 191 taught by Professor Sheridan,katie during the Spring '08 term at N. Arizona.
- Spring '08