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  • "Eat your eggs, Walter" (Hansberry 34).
  • This scene is from Act I, Scene I and it is when Walter talks about his dreams and Ruth shuts him down. This is important because it makes conflict and gives us a sense of what is to come later on in the story.
  • "DAMN MY EGGS-DAMN ALL THE EGGS THAT EVER WAS!" (Hansberry 34).
  • This scene is from Act I, Scene II and it is when the check of $10,000 arrives. This is important because it builds up to the climax and the conflict that later happens with the money. Also, this turns everything around(poor -> rich).
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  • "Yes'm...ten thousand dollars. Gaalee, Grandmama, you rich" (Hansberry 69).
  • "Travis! Is that the right number of zeros?" (Hansberry 69).
  • This scene from Act II, Scene I is important because Mama made a big decision that possibly can decide Youngers' future. Also, it helped Youngers get to know / understand their family members more.
  • "She went out and she bought you a house!" (Hansberry 91).
  • This particular scene from Act II, Scene II is important because by Mama making a certain choice, it brings the climax and a huge conflict later on.
  • "I want you to take this money and take three thousand dollars and put it in the savings account for Beneatha's medical schooling. The rest, you put in a checking account with your name on it" (Hansberry 107).
  • This scene is in Act II, Scene III and in this scene, Bobo comes with a bad news. By bringing this news, it ends all the good days in Younger's family. It also starts another conflict and builds up to the resolution.
  • "Man...I didn't go to no Springfield, yesterday" (Hansberry 127).
  • This scene from Act III is important because Walter finally becomes mature and makes the final decision for the family.
  • "And we have decided to move into our house because my father-my father-he earned it for us brick by brick" (Hansberry 148).
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