A Raisin In the Sun

A Raisin In the Sun

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  • Act Two scene I
  • In your heart of hearts you are much drunkard.
  • Act Two scene I
  • You have to excuse him-
  • Well, they look crazy as hell- White shoes, cold as it is.
  • Act Two scene II
  • I'm trying to talk to you.
  • We always talk.
  • Walter comes home very drunk and he starts singing the song from the lion king, Beneatha makes fun of him and plays along with him. Ruth gets very annoyed and yells at them.
  • Act Two scene II
  • Didn't you have a nice time?
  • No, George is a fool-honest.
  • George comes to pick up Beneatha for a date, and he had walked in at the worse moment. Walter is very drunk and he picks on George for his white shoes, but in reality he is just jealous of George. Ruth tries to excuse Walter but it doesn't end well.
  • Act Two scene III
  • What can we do for you, Mr. Linder
  • To buy the house from you at a financial gain to your family.
  • George thinks that women just need to look pretty, and not have a say. Beneatha thinks that this is very rude. she has her opinions and whats him to listen to her, but George is sick of hearing her talk.
  • Act Two scene III
  • Fixing my plant so it won't get hurt none on the way....Uh-huh
  • Mama, you going to take that to the new house?
  • When George drops off Beneatha, Mama asks her if she had a good time at her date. Beneatha thinks that he is fool. He didn't really care about her opinions and it made her feel unimportant and not making a difference. And Mama for the first time agrees with her and doesnt just say that because he has money everyhing will be okay.
  • This is when Mr. Linder come in from the Representative of the Clybourne Park Improvement Association. in reality he was just a white folk that didn't want the family to move there because they felt that a black family would trash all the hard work they had made to be there.
  • The plant in the novel symbolizes Mama and the way she feels. She want to tame the plant strong and healthy like she wants to be, Beneatha thinks that the plant is old and raggedy-looking. Mama gets upset and tells her that this expresses her.
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