A Raisin in the Sun

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In what way does Mama show herself to be stronger than her children?
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Mama is willing to give up her dream for the good of the family.

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    Please explain your reasoning for your answer.

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    Mama shows herself to be stronger than her children because she is willing to give up anything and everything for her family in order to keep them united. She was even willing to give up her and her deceased husband's dream of having their own home. Basically, she's stronger because she's willing to make big sacrafices for the whole family.

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    Good reasoning! :-)

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    Thank you!=)

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