Now ain't that fine! You just got your mother's interest at heart,ain't you,girl?You such a nice girl-but if Mama got that money she can always take a few thousand and help you through school too-can't she?
That money belongs to Mama,Walter,and it's for her to decide how she wants to use it.I don't care if she wants to buy a house or a rocket ship or just nail it up somewhere and look at it. It's hers. Not ours-hers.
When the world gets ugly enough-a woman will do anything for her family. The part that's already living.
You don't know Ruth,Mama,if you think she would do that.
Yes I would too,Walter. I gave a her five-dollar down payment
Well,Mr.Lindner.We called you--because, well, me and my family Well-we are very plain people...
This is an external conflict because Walter and Beneatha are fighting over money that was left for their Mama before her husband died. They both want to pursue their own personal goals and ideas of what the money should be used for.
This is an internal conflict because Walter, Beneatha and Mama are not fighting verbally or physically. This is a mental struggle for all involved because each party has a different idea about how to handle Ruth's abortion decision.
This is an internal conflict because there is no verbal or physical fighting involved. Mama offers some of her late husband's money for the kids to get a house in a nicer area.The white neighbors 0offer money for Walter and his family to leave which they do not want to do, they make the hard decision to stay in a nice area surrounded by not so nice people.