The raisin in the sun

The raisin in the sun
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  •   You wear it well... very well... mutilated hair and all.
  •   Were you born with it like that?
  • No... of course not.
  •  My hair-- what's wrong with my hair?
  • Look honey, we're going to the theatre-- we're not going to be in it... so go change,huh? 
  • You expect this boy to go out with you looking like that?
  • That's up to George. If he's ashamed of his heritage--
  • Son-I think you ought to talk to your wife... I'll go on out and leave you alone if you want-
  • Son-
  •     I don't 'low no yellin' in this house,   Walter Lee, and you know it. And  there ain't going to be no investing in no liquor  stores. I don't aim to have to speak on that again.
  •   WILL SOMEBODY PLEASE LISTEN TO ME TODAY?
  • Whoopee--
  • In fact, here's another fifty cents... Buy yourself some fruit today-- or take a taxicab to school or something!
  • Thanks, Daddy
  • What yu tell the boy things like that for? Here son--
  • This is showing a internal conflict when Beneatha is trying to choose when it comes to Asagai and George. She has a different look because she wanted to change it for what Asagai told her.
  • This is a external conflict because Walter is struggling with himself, that no one seems to understand him. Everyone in his family does not understand his dream.
  • This shows external conflict because everyone cares about Travis. But in this scene Ruth did not want to give Travis fifty-cents. So then Walter gave him a dollar. Everyone in his family supports Travis.
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