The play has a very strong view on Feminism in the 1960’s. The three characters,

The play has a very strong view on Feminism in the 1960’s. The three characters, which
are women; Mama, Ruth and Beneatha show an influence over the men of the family.
They are the main supporters of the family, because Walter is too lazy to do anything or
care about his family, since all that is important to him is money. Research how gender
roles played a significant role in the country during the 1950’s and what were certain
expectations of women versus men.
it’s technically a research paper but its based on the play that I provided it has to be around 5 pages long MLA format I
need for tomorrow about 5 sources should be found, but if you can us examples from the play, it would be great. I also
left an example of how the paper should look like.
lastly this article about the play https://www.bostonglobe.com/arts/theater-art/2013/03/02/raisin-sun-and-its-spinoff-clybourne-park-overlap-huntington-speakeasy/2SgAmEtO2ikrtkBhqdha6H/story.html

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