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Editorial: A Raisin in L.A. Noire - Daily Joystick

Larry from DJ Podcasts writes "During my time in college one the courses I took was an English Literature class and part of our assigned reading was to analyze as a class Lorraine Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the sun.” Written as a play in 1959 (and later a film adaptation starring Sidney Poitier in 1961) the story takes place shortly after World War II and takes the reader/viewer into the life of the Younger family, a poor African-American family that has the opportunity to significantly change their lives. If you haven’t read it you really should. It is an excellent depiction of post war African-Americans trying to obtain a piece of that ever elusive slice of the American pie."

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