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  • Act One
  • What you tell the boy things like that for? Here, son - (He hands the boy the coin, but his eyes are directed to his wife's)
  • Cause we don't have it
  • Act One
  • You 'bout to get your fresh little jaw slapped!
  • I mean it! I'm tired of hearing about god all the time. What has he got to do with anything? Does he pay my tutition?
  • Act Two
  • THE LION IS WAKING! OWIMOWEH
  • OWIMOWEH
  • In this scene, Walter gives Travis the 50¢ he needs for school while Ruth is in the background angry at Walter because Walter gave the money to Travis after she told Travis that they couldn't afford it.
  • Act Two
  • She went out and she bought you a house!
  • (Bitterly) So that's the peace and comfort you went out and bought for us today!
  • There ain't no colored people living in Clybourne Park.
  • In this scene, Mama is yelling at Beneatha for saying that God has nothing to do with Beneatha trying to be a doctor. But as long as Beneatha is in the house, god exists and is present.
  • Act Three
  • Oh-Asagai- at this moment you decide to be romantic!
  • In this scene, Walter is talking gibberish and not making any sense because he is drunk. While Ruth is displeased, Beneatha is playing along with Walter's shenanigans.
  • Act Three
  • And we have decided to move into our house because my father-my father-he earned it for us brick by brick
  • In this scene, Mama is telling the family about the new house. While Mama and Travis are excited, Walter and Ruth are not because the house is located in an all white neighborhood which adds to their conflict of dealing with racism
  • Yeah - I always wanted to live in a house!
  • In this scene, Asagai offers to help pack boxes and Beneatha proceeds to tell Asagai about how Walter lost all the money. Asagai offers the idea that Beneatha should move to Africa with him
  • My dear, young creature of the New World - I do not mean across the city - I mean across the ocean: home - to Africa.
  • In this scene, Walter is telling Lidner that they will move into their new house because they've earned it and that they will try to be good neighbors. While Lidner is upset at the families decision.
  • (Looking around at all of them) I take it then - that you have decided to occupy...
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