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  • “Check coming today?” (Hansberry 26).
  • This scene represents when the story introduces the check of $10,000. It’s important because the check has a great value later on in the story.
  • This scene shows when the family gets the check. This is important because getting $10,000 can change their lives.
  • ”Ten thousand dollars they give you” (Hansberry 69).
  • This scene represents when Mama takes some money from the check and buys a house. This is important because Walter wanted the money to start a business but a new house can also help them.
  • "She went out and she bought you a house!' (Hansberry 91).
  • "The rest you put in a checking account-with your name on it" (Hansberry 107).
  • This scene represents when Mama gives Walter the rest of the money. Its important because it can keep Beneatha in school and let Walter start his business.
  • This  scene represents when Bobo tells Walter that Willy stole the money. This is important because that was $6,000 that Walter was supposed to use to help the family.
  • "Man-Willy didn't never show up" (Hansberry 127).
  • This scene represents when Walter tells Linder they will move to the house. This is important because it showed that Walter is a real man and is proud of his race and color.
  • "We don't want your money" (Hansberry 148).
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