page 18:Walter and Beanetha (in unison)- "To be a doctor Walter -have we exactly figured out how much medical school is going to cost yet"
you want to be a doctor. well no woman can be a doctor. she can either be a nurse or stay art home with the kids. plus with the money that mama is getting she is gong o help my with my dream opening a liqour store.
well. I want to make a difference and my medical school also costs money mama will support my dream too.
page 56: Ruth- "Yes I would too , Walter. I gave her a five dollar down payment."
what am I going to do I don't have the money and the space to have a baby
we are a white neighborhood. And we want to keep it that way. We will buy your house from you
page 91: Linder- "You see in the face of all things I have said we are prepared to make your family a very generous offer."
of course not this house means a lot and no matter how much money you offer we will still move in.
Man Vs Man Beneatha wants to be a doctor, Walter does not support it. He thinks that the money should be spent on his dream of opening a liquor store. Walter thinks woman should be at home and cleaning after the family and spending time with the kids. If she does want to have a job she could be a nurse.
Man Vs Self When Ruth got pregnant she did not know if she should keep the baby or if she should get a abortion. She could not afford to raise a child with the money she has and was getting. Also she and Walter are having problems in their relationship. And she does not want to complicate it even more that it already is.
Man Vs Society The people in the Clybourne Park are all white and Mama really wants to move in there. Since, they are black the association came to try and kick them out by striking a deal. If they sell the house the house than the association will pay them for the house almost twice as much.