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Title: "Harlem" by Langston Hughes.

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Date: February 3, 2007
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Lorraine Hansberry used this quote as a title for her play. In the play the main character, an older lady, dreamt about a good house in a good neighborhood for her family. Their family went through a lot of financial difficulties. In the end when they finally have bought a nice house in the "all-white" neighborhood, one of their new neighbors came and offered them money so they would not move there...

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It is exactly like "a raisin in the sun". They had a dream and when it seemed that they finally got what they wanted, new neighbors just won't let them to live their dream. "? sags like a heavy load" "Heavy load" is an unrealized dream. At first it seems like a person can do Anything for his/her dream; everything seems so easy...

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