A thought-provoking and very entertaining play. I really liked how real the characters and the dialogue felt.
The story of an American family told in compelling and wonderful dialogue. A landmark in American theater.
Beneatha's desire to be a doctor is amazing! It was hard to become one during her time because she was female and black.
I LOVED this play. It's characters we're brilliantly created. My favorite was by far Beneatha. This play demands emotional involvement. You can't help feeling depressed for the plight of the family because the characters are so REAL! Of all the plays we've read in my AP English class this is by far the best. It seemed very Shakespearian (another timeless playwrite) in its excellent characterization, wittisisms, and shifts between funny and tragic scenes. I'm glad the family was victorious in the end because I didn't want to go to sleep depressed (and I would have been, the book is THAT good). Lorraine Hansbury has earned every star with this play.
I love this book it is so inspirational. i learned so much from this play
I love this play its amazing!!!
I can't believe I waited so long to read this. It was FANTASTIC!!!
A slap or two here or there
RainbowMunchkin thinks this title is suitable for 14 years and over
Great yay back in the days walter lee younger and family
Dont let segregation bring u down