3. What is it that he wants to do? 5. Well, let him go... 7. Why not 9. What you tell the boy things like that for? Here, son. 11. In fact, here's another fifty cents... Buy yourself some fruit today- or take a taxicab to school or something!
2. Honey, it's starting to get cold evenings. 4. Go carry groceries after school at the super-market 8. 'Cause we don't have it.
1. Mama, can I please carry the groceries 6. I have to- she won't gimme 50 cents... 10. Thanks, Daddy. 12. Whoopee-
2. Kind of late. Madeline is going to start my guitar lessons today. 4. Guitar 7. I just want to, that's all. 11. I just want to learn to play the guitar. Is there anything wrong with that?
5. Oh, Father! 9. The horseback-riding club for which she bought that fifty-five-dollar riding habit that's been hanging in the closet ever since
1. What time are you be home from school today? 3. What kind of lessons? 6. How come yo done taken it in your mind to learn to play the guitar? 8. Lord, child, don't you know what to do with yourself? How long it going to be before you get tired of this now like you got tired of that little play-acting group you joined last year? And what was the year before that? 10. Why you got to flit so from one thing to another, baby?
1. That's what I'm trying to tell you... I don't know... I waited six hours... I called his house... and I waited... dix hours... I waited in that train station six hours... That was all the extra money I had in this world... Man, Willy is gone 3. What's the matter with you, Walter! When a cat take off with your money he don't leaveyou no maps
2. Gone, what do you mean Willy is gone? Gone where? You mean he went by himself. You mean he went off to Springfield by himself- to take care of getting the license- You mean maybe he didn't want too many people in on the business down there? You know Willy got his own ways. Maybe you was late yesterday and he just went down there without you. Maybe- maybe- he's been calling you at home tryin' to tell you what happened or something. Maybe- maybe - he just got sick. He's somewhere- he's got to be somewhere. We just have to find him- me and you got to find him. We got to! 4.Willy!...Willy... don't do it ... Please don't do it... Man, not with that money...Oh, God...Don't let it be true... Man... I trusted you... Man, I put my life in your hand... Man...That money is made out of my fathers flesh...
In this scene there is an external conflict because Walter is giving money to Travis, while Ruth is trying to explain that they dont have enough money to give since they were poor. Pg 12-13
This scene indicates a internal conflict for Beneatha because she does not know what to do to express her emotions toward. This is shown when Beneatha does photography, theater, horse back-riding and still does not know how to express herself. Pg 29
In this scene the conflict which is an internal conflict for Mama because of the money Walters bar job is gone and so is Beneatha's Medical school which were her children's dreams that she wanted to see accomplished but now cannot. Even her own dream of moving on from that apartment will be gone.