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Annotated Bib - Theater Research Paper

Annotated Bib - Theater Research Paper - Hickling also...

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Bibliography Domina, Lynn. Understanding a Raisin in the Sun: a Student Casebook to Issues, Sources, and Historical Documents . Westport, Connecticut: Greenwood P, 1998. This book contains numerous primary sources documents regarding the historical context of "A Raisin in the Sun". It contains excerpts from Malcolm X, Toni Morrison, Richard Wright and many other prominent African Americans. A majority of the content in this book deals with the civil rights movement of the 1960s and the social injustices faced by African Americans during this time period. Hickling, Alfred. "Sweet Lorraine." The Guardian 23 Apr. 2001: 14. Lexis Nexis . 20 Mar. 2008. Alfred Hickling talks in-depth about Lorraine Hansberry's importance as a historical figure in both theater and black history.
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Unformatted text preview: Hickling also talks about the significance of "A Raisin in the Sun" and its impact on society. The article also speaks on how various aspects of Hansberry’s life experiences are reflected in the play. Lee, Felicia R. "Deferred Dreams That Resonate Across Decades." New York Times 17 Feb. 2008, Late ed.: 19. Lexis Nexis . 20 Mar. 2008. Felicia Lee reviews the latest television adaptation of "A Raisin in the Sun". Lee also talks about how the themes of the play have transcended the times and are still relative to present society. The majority of the article talks about how the prevailing theme of chasing the “American dream” has still had an impact on African Americans today....
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