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        A Raisin in the Sun Revisited: Chapter 8

        The ending of A Raisin in the Sun Revisited takes stock of how these three plays, A Raisin in The SunClybourne Park, and Beneatha’s Place, by their mere creation and popularity, show that the topic of race in America is still a relevant and unresolved issue and one that audiences are eager to continue discussing. The actors talk about what they’ve learned and felt through portraying these characters. Kwame Kwei-Armah muses on producing the two plays: “It was bold, people responded to it positively…as an artist I’m here to explore, to try to be as exciting as possible, win or lose, that’s what art is here to do.” 


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