Which conflicts are resolved and which remain open in A Raisin in the Sun?

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Conflicts Resolved: Lena and her family will move into their larger, more comfortable home in the white neighborhood of Clybourne Park. Ruth and Walter Jr.'s relationship also seems to be healed now that Walter Jr. has a new outlook on life and Ruth will be moving into a newer home. Walter Jr.'s self-hatred and depression have also come to an end now that he has decided to do the right thing by not selling Lena's home to Mr. Lindner.

Unresolved Conflicts : Hansberry leaves the plight and future of the Younger family unresolved at the end of the play. The audience does not know if the Younger family enjoys their new life in the white...

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