My aspiration to become a doctor dates back to when I was in elementary school. Although as a young person, I did not quite understand what doctors essentially do my desire heightened by the sick people I came across. As I grew up, I steadily understood what it entailed being a doctor and that stren
Everybody has an aim in life. Aim or ambition is the inner desire of man.
No man can do anything in the world if his aim is not fixed. So, all of us should be very clear about our aim in life. We may face many difficulties in reaching our desired target, but we have to go ahead at any cost. Ambitio
Doctor is a noble job that is admired by a lot of people. Being a doctor itself has place the doctor to the eye of the society in a very good way. However, being a doctor can be really risky and a lot of things need to be sacrificed in order to fulfill the task as a doctor. There are several things
I want to become a doctor. Being one is not only my dream but also my parent's. I don't wish to be the wealthiest and most highly graduated doctor the world's ever seen but I want to be one who will serve her people and country in a true manner. Infact I don't want to be a doctor for only patients b
by Aldous Huxley
All over the English-speaking world critics have greeted these essays with such comments as "brilliant. . . provocative. . . magnificent." Many find that Huxley is the finest essayist since Montaigne. It has been said that "Mr. Huxley is not on
When I Grow Up
(Names of the authors have been changed to protect identities)
Jesse B. Age 9
Winner (tie) of 3rd Place Prize for ages 7-10.
Every person is born with a special talent and I think when you grow up people have a chance to
use their special talent. Lots of people are born...
Speech on Elizabeth Blackwell
“For what is done or learned by one class of woman becomes, by virtue of their common womanhood, the property of all woman.” Elizabeth Blackwell once said. Elizabeth Blackwell was the first woman doctor in the USA and was the first woman to get her name added to
Throughout the world of literature, there are often many recurring themes. One such theme is the freedom that African Americans yearned for. Two works that this theme is presented in is Martin Luther King’s “I Have a Dream” speech and the novel Raisin in the Sun, written by Lorraine Hansb
Arrange in the aftermath of World War II, the play A Raisin In The Sun by Lorraine Hansberry focuses on the racial issues of black Americans of that era. It depicts the struggles of racism, inequality and segregation of black from white Americans. This is evident in the education system,...
"Check coming today?" The Life Insurance check that Mama will soon be receiving is the source of all the dreams in the Younger family. A major argument that Lorraine Hansberry makes in her play A Raisin in the Sun is the importance of dreams. Dreams are what each member of the Younger family is dr
Many teenagers spend a lot of time thinking of what they want to do when they
graduate from high school. I am fortunate in that I already know; I decided to become a
doctor when I was two or three years old. Humans need people to treat them with the respect and dignity they deserve, and I want
Elbert Jones III
Throw out history every American has always tried to gain the say thing the American, but since the Baby Boomers and Millennial generation the way of attaining the American dream has changed a great deal. The American dream is an idea that is important to every Amer
What happens to a dream deferred?� This quote from the famous poem by
Langston Hughes, �A Montage of a Dream Deferred,� represents the core of the play A Raisin in the Sun written by Lorraine Hansberry. When writing this Chicago set drama, Hansberry chose to use a line from Hughes� famous
A Dream Deferred in: A Raisin in the Sun
“What happens to a dream deferred?” (Hughes l. 1) Langston Hughes asks in his 1959 poem “Dream Deferred.” He suggests that it might “dry up like a raisin in the sun” (Hughes ll. 2-3) or “stink like rotten meat” (Hughes l. 6); however,
The American Dream and Identity Explored in Hansberry’s “A Raisin in the Sun”
Dreams are the very essence of individuality. While we live in a world that tries to shape us into becoming what they want us to be, we have our dreams that guide us to follow our own tendencies. The America
The Dream Deferred – A Comparison
Axia College of University of Phoenix
In Lorraine Hansberry's play A Raisin in the Sun, the author reveals a hard-working, honest African-American family struggling to make their dreams come true. Langston Hughes' poem, Harlem, illustrate
CHAPTER III: The Impact of Identity on Dreams –
1. Identity in the Sight of Other People
In actual fact, people have a certain view or conception about what somebody is. This view is quite different from what the individual himself has. But then the harm in all this is that this state of af
Do you have a dream vacation that you would like to go on? I know I do. My dream vacation would be in Nepal on top of Mount Everest, the tallest mountain in the world. This is how I would prepare, and scale the mountain.
A year before I take the climb I would start getting physically fit. I woul
Every one of us has our own dreams. Be it to dream to become a famous singer in the world, renowned chef over the entire world or be a noble and caring teacher. These are some of the dreams that one would possess and will work hard enough to fulfill one’s yen. However, to a tender age of six-year
April 7, 2011
A Dream Deferred
What is a dream deferred? That has been a question in the mind of young and old people throughout the ages. In the book, A Raisin in the Sun, Lorraine Hansberry displayed many dreams in the characters she created. Even thou