A Raisin in the Sun
By apurch, Updated
Here, we have Beneatha putting Asagai in his place letting him know that women are just as equal to men, the next picture is Beneatha talking back towards Linder letting him know that they aren't selling their new house with sass and attitude.
"'I know-because that's what it says in all the novels that men write. But it isn't. Go ahead and laugh-but I'm not interested in being someone's little episode in America or- (with feminine vengeance)- one of them!...' (Hansberry, 64)"
"'For a woman it should be enough.'(Hansberry, 63)"
""You see-in the face of all the things I have said, we are prepared to make your family a very generous offer...' (Hansberry, 118)"
"'Thirty pieces and not a coin less!'(Hansberry, 118)"
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