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  • Act One
  • Eat your eggs, Walter.
  • Act Two
  • Nothing-except cut it off.
  • What have you done to your head-I mean your hair!
  • Act Three
  • ...people went out and took the future right out of my hands!
  • This box represents scene one because in the beginning of the book, Ruth is sad and tries to tell Walter to eat his eggs. Walter is mad because he never did anything in his life. That is why he is yelling at Ruth.
  • Act One
  • Oh, I guess so. You stay right in front , though...
  • In this scene, Beneatha had cut off her hair and was about to go to the theatre with George until he noticed it. This scene represents the need for change within Beneatha, but also the need for change within the family.
  • Act Two
  • She went out and bought you a house!
  • This scene is where Asagai walks in on Beneatha when she is Mourning the loss of the money in the family. She said she always wanted to be a doctor but she needed the money to go to school. She said that her future was stolen from her forever.
  • Act Three
  • You better marry yourself a man with some loot...
  • What have you got to do with who I marry?
  • In this scene, the family is cleaning the apartment and Ruth is trying to exterminate the roaches that had infested their home. This scene shows how the family does what it takes to survive. It also shows the bond between Travis and Mama.
  • Aw come on, Grandma. Can I go outside?
  • This scene represents when Mama tells Travis that she bought him a house. This is an extremely important scene because this is the time where everyone finds out how Mama spent the check. This is the biggest change in the book so far.
  • Yeah-I always wanted to live in a house.
  • This is the last scene within the book and therefore the last conflict. Beneatha came out and stated that Asagai asked her to go with him to Africa and marry him but Walter stated that she should just marry a rich man.
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