Mama's Plant in a Raisin in the Sun?

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Mama's plant in 'A Raisin in the Sun' symbolizes her care and hope for her family. Even though the plant doesn't get enough light or water, it grows with her care. So too her family doesn't have everything it needs in abundance, but she continues caring for them in the hope they will grow well.
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