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By Sarah Kane

Set in an unnamed urban from which voices and pictures spring, Crave charts the disintegration of a human brain less than the pressures of affection, loss and desire.

Produced via Paines Plough and shiny Ltd (Guy Chapman and Paul Spyker), Crave premiered on the Traverse Theatre for the 1998 Edinburgh pageant. It obtained its English most advantageous on the Royal court docket Theatre in September 1998.

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Com 18. In order to be more aware of the historical events surrounding the opening of Raisin on Broadway, summarize the headlines of The New York Times for March 11, 1959 (the date Raisin opened on Broadway); also summarize a full-length article from Life magazine for that week; and summarize an article from Ebony magazine for that month. SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY HANSBERRY'S MAJOR WORKS Writings The Movement: A Documentary of a Struggle for Equality, (a collection of photographs), Simon & Schuster, 1964, introduction by Ronald Segal.

D. The Psychology of Black Language. New York: Barnes and NoNe Books, Harper and Row, 1973. HAYS, PETER L. " Phylon 33 (1972): 175-76. KEYSSAR-FRANKE, HELENE. 3 (Spring 1975): 324-26. KHAMIT-KUSH, INDUS. What They Never Told. New York: Luxorr Publications, 1983. LINDSAY, JOHN V. " Congressional Record. S. , 1st sess. 1965. " New York Herald Tribune 2 March 1959. Excerpts from her speech at the First Conference of Negro Writers, New York City February 28-March 28, 1959. " Obituary. New York Times 13 January 1965.

When Walter complains that Beneatha's medical schooling will cost more than the family can afford, he bases his argument on the fact that since Beneatha is a woman, she should not even want to become a doctor. Walter's resentment and anger erupts in Act I, Scene 1: "Who in the hell told you you had to be a doctor? " Beneatha's defiance toward Walter is symbolic of her defiance toward all barriers of stereotype. She never yields to Walter and, in some cases, even goads him into a confrontation. Ruth's advice to Beneatha is that she should just "be nice" sometimes and not argue over every one of Walter's insensitive remarks.

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