Araisin in the sun part 1 which of these best describes the setting of the play a. a bomb-torched building b. a dirty, nearly

Araisin in the sun part 1 which of these best describes the setting of the play a. a bomb-torched building b. a dirty, nearly empty diner c. a cramped, worn-down apartment d. an airy house with lots of lights​

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  1. The correct answer is A: a cramped. worn-down apartment

    Explanation:

    A Raisin in the Sun is a play written by Lorraine Hansberry (1930-1965) in 1959, and it is the first play performed in Brodway which was written by an African American woman. Hansberry became inspired by a short poem, Harlem,  written by Lanston Hughes (1902-1961) in 1951, and her own experiences of growing up in a segregated Chicago.

    The play depicts the struggles of The Youngers, an African American family, and the story is set in a very small apartment - with just one bedroom - in which three generations of Younger must put up with difficulties.

    The apartment is located in the slums of Chicago during the 1950s, and it is described as being tiny - too many people in too small a room: in poor conditions, with no light, cramped, overcrowded and worn-out in quality.

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