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After reading a “Raisin in The Sun” my class has began to figure out the theme and why the author ended the story ambiguously. We are also about to make do an essay, and right now we are still figuring out the literary analysis, and this literary analysis needs to one of the two prompts. For me I decided to pick prompt two because I want to know more about why it ends ambiguously. The First question of the prompt I am still trying to enhance which would be great for using on my essay, which will help other readers also understand what theme the author conveys to make this ambiguous ending.

        In class we are also doing a paper on what would help us dissect the prompt and we are also doing four evidence charts each holding two quotes and two citations which will also help in the essay. For prompt two I think that the theme the author is trying to convey is the author leaves us hanging to let people discuss and debate like in the book we read last year “Romeo and Juliet”, the author showed the tragic ending of Romeo and Juliet the author didn’t really leave us in an ambiguous ending because there wasn’t much to debate upon at the end. The ending was like they died we get it end of story, you can’t really debate on what happened with the parents because they weren’t a big part in the story.

          “A Raisin in The Sun”, the story left me hanging thinking about how the Youngers and not just but the Youngers, other black families as well who move into white neighbors how does it end for them how are they treated, I think racism takes this part what happens to a raisin in the sun, referring to the white neighborhood as the sun and the blacks as the raisin, what happens to a raisin in the sun?   

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