Brief analysis of 2 plays
... Importance of Being Earnest and A Raisin in the Sun: a Brief Analysis An Assignment Submitted by of Establishment XXXX, Section XXXX, Fall 2011
Featuring dynamic characters, both plays, The Importance of Being Earnest by Oscar Wilde, 1895, and A Raising in the Sun by Lorrain Hansberry, 1959, made the growth of their main characters, or protagonists, believable. Accordingly, in the end of the plays I was completely satisfied in the change of the characters.
But, instead of focusing on the individual protagonists (for example, Mama, Beneatha, and Asagai in Hasberry’s work, or Jack, Gwendolen, and Cecily in Wilde’s play), we will focus on overall change of the social hero itself in the plays. In A Raisi...