Walter say's, "Why you tell the boy things like that for?
Act 1 Scene Two
Mama say's, "Ten thousand dollars. Put it away somewhere, ruth. Ten thousand dollars they given you. Ten thousand dollars".
Act 2 Scene One
Walter say's, The lion is waking...
In this scene Ruth is angry at walter for giving travis money when she said they don't have. Walter is being caring about his family because he dosent want travis to know they dont have enough money.
Act 2 Scene Two
Walter say's, "You trust me like that, mama"
In this scene mama just got the money and she is realizing this is how much her husband was worth. Its important to her because her husband loved walter and beneatha and this is all that he could give now.
Act 2 Scene Two
Walter say's, "Get out"
In this scene walter comes home drunk and starts dancing with beneatha because she is playing tribal music. He says the quote because he thinks of himself as the lion that is ready to hunt.
Act 2 Scene Three
Asagai Say's, "And its very odd but those who see the changes-who dream, who will not give up-are called idealist
After mama buys a house in Clybourne Park, she decides to give walter the remaining 6,500 to put aside for beneatha schooling, and invest in the liquor store.
This scene is important because it shows how everyone disapproves of Mr.Linder's offer and how they are are offered by it. It also shows how some neighborhoods are very racist and don't even want colored people to live by them.
This scene is important because asagai is talking about how you should never give up even if you fall behind. Also he tells beneatha to keep moving forward instead of complaining about what happened.