Priya, M (2019) CRAVE FOR CARE AND COMMITMENT IN LORRAINE HANSBERRY'S PLAY THE SIGN IN THE SIDNEY BRUSTEIN’S WINDOW. Research Journal of English Language and Literature (RJELAL, 7 (3). pp. 35-38. ISSN 2395-2636

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Lorraine Hansberry's play The Sign in the Sidney Brustein’s Window briefs the need of care and commitment amidst modern men. The protagonist Sidney Brustein, the careless and non-committed individual is made to understand how the world
becomes a happy place when care and commitment fills the heart of the people. Published in the year 1964, Hansberry's The Sign in the Sidney Brustein’s Window witnesses the modern day desperation and dejection presenting it with a gentle touch. Portraying the indiscipline and improper life of the modern world through her protagonist Sidney, Hansberry alarms the young people of the modern world to be caring and committed in all worst scenarios.

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