The coming of the insurance money and how the Youngers dreams and hopes rely on this money. As we all can see, the story opens up with the theme of Dreams and the Struggles during their journey to achieve them.
He’s somewhere – he’s got to be somewhere.
Mama enraged and slapped Beneatha for sceptical the name of God. The idea of Modernity vs Religion is heavily reflected in this particular moment.
...my family never let nobody pay 'em no money that was a way of telling us we wasn't fit to walk this earth\
...our Negro families are happier when they live in their own communities.
Ruth confession to Walter about her pregnancy abortion and Walter neglected to stop her. This shows the responsibilities involved in the life of the Youngers.
BoBo told Walter that Willy Harris got their invested money and ran away. Moreover, Walter has never put Beneatha's schooling money into the saving account.
We just got to find him – me and you got to find him. We got to!
Walter went to negotiate with Lindner that he wanted to sell their Clybourne resident for the money. Walter is trying to express his appreciation towards his family and his father.
Walter decided to keep their resident at Clybourne Park as he was too ashamed to sell his race right in front of his son. This moment truthfully represents the theme of Family & Dreams.