This is the Younger Family (From left to right) Mama, Travis (Son of Ruth and Walter) Beneatha, Ruth and Walter
"Been thinking that we maybe could meet the notes on a little old two-story somewhere, with a yard where Travis can play in the summertime."
"The money belongs to Mama and you have no say in where it goes."
"But he was are father we deserve the money."
The Younger Family are the "Main Characters" of this book. The conflict of the story is this 10 thousand dollar check from Mama's husband's insurance from when he passed and everyone wants a piece of the money
"What does Alaiyo mean."
"It means One for Whom Bread-Food-Is Not Enough."
Mama had a dream with her husband that dissolved over time after having Beneatha and Walter. This dream was having a house with a garden then the apartment they are living in now that has no room.
The Surprising News
Congratulations your expecting another child
Walter wants the money to open a liquor store and to be his own boss, but Beneatha got into a argument with him because it's Mama's money and she gets to decide. Even though Walter think he is Mama's child he should have it.
"I would I've given the doctor five dollars for a down payment."
"Ruth would not do that to her child.
Beneatha has two boyfriends, George and Joseph, you can tell she like Joseph more than George. She is learning the Nigerian culture because Joseph is Nigerian.
Ruth fainted and she went to the doctor. She found out she was pregnant. She made a decision to abort the baby.
This is when Walter found out Ruth was having a baby, but she was going to abort the baby. He didn't want to listen so he left and when to drink at a bar.