Me! Don't worry- I don't expect you to understand.
People have to express themselves one way or another.
I don't flit! I-I experiment with different forms of expression-
Like riding a horse?
What is it you want to express?
It ain't much, but its all I got in the world, and I'm putting it in your hands. I'm tell you to be the head of this family from now on like you supposed to be.
You trust me like that, Mama?
If you a son of mine, tell her! You . . . you are a disgrace to your father's memory. Somebody get me my hat.
Yes I would too, Walter. I gave her a five dollar down payment.
This conflict represents an internal conflict involving Beneatha. During this scene, Beneatha is struggling to find her own identity. She cannot find a way to express herself to others. This makes her become frustrated with herself. However, Mama and Ruth find it ridiculous that can cannot make up her mind.
This conflict represents an internal conflict involving Mama. During this scene, Mama is giving Walter the rest of the money she got because she feels that she hasn't been treating him the way he should be treated. In order for her to believe that she is isn't treating him like everyone else did, she gives him the money and the opportunity to be the head of the family. This causes Walter to become extremely grateful that he has finally gained her trust.
This conflict represents an external conflict involving Mama and Walter. During this scene, Walter fails to try to speak to Ruth about her pregnancy. Mama tries convincing Walter but he still cannot speak to her. Mama becomes frustrated with Walter because of the way he is responding to Ruth. This demonstrates that Walter does not act like a grown adult and isn't able to speak for himself.