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  • Act One
  • Here, son... In fact, here's another fifty cents...
  • Whoopee!
  • Act One
  • Who the hell told you you had to be a doctor?... go be a nurse like other women-or just get married and be quiet...
  • Well-you finally got it said... It took you three years but you finally got it said.
  • Shut up!... I'm digging them drums... them drums move me!... I am a warrior!
  • Act Two
  • That white man is going to... write checks for more money than we ever had.
  • ...Willy didn't never show up.
  • In your heart of hearts you are much drunkard.
  • Willy!... Please don't do it... Man, not with that money...
  • Walter is giving money to Travis for school that, as established previously, the family doesn't have to give away. Ruth is furious (31).
  • Act Two
  • Fine!... Going to feel fine... a man...
  • That white man is going to... write checks for more money than we ever had.
  • Yessss! All of it... It's all gone...
  • ...Willy didn't never show up.
  • We ain't never been that—dead inside.
  • That is not a man. That is nothing but a toothless rat.
  • Here, Walter and Beneatha are quarreling about how Beneatha wants to become a doctor. Walter is arguing that women shouln't be doctors (38).
  • Act Three
  • That when it is all over-that you come home with me...-to Africa.
  • Because Walter won't get his dream of owning a liquor store, he goes off at night and gets drunk. His actions show the family getting further and further from happiness. It also shows Walter's deteriorating relationship with Ruth (78).
  • Act Three
  • ...we are very proud... And we have decided to move into our house... We don't want your money.
  • Walter is getting the dreadful news that Willy took all of his money, so now he has none left (127-128).
  • Willy!... Please don't do it... Man, not with that money...
  • Asagai, one of Beneatha's suitors, offers to bring her to Africa, his home country. If she accepts, this could be a great step for Beneatha in following her dream (136).
  • Walter is telling off Lindner. He says the family is proud and they will not sell their house. It is a moment of triumph for the family (148).
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