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  • A2 S2
  • Yeah. You see, this little liquor store we got in mind cost seventy-five thousand... (Hansberry 33).
  • This quote is important because it expresses and explains Walter's lifelong dreams of owning a liquor store early on.
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  • A2 S3
  • Since the Youngers haven't seen much fortune in their lives, $10,000 is a lot to handle. Travis sees his grandma as rich, and to him, anything is possible.
  • ten thousand dollars. gaalee, Grandmama, you rich (Hansberry 69).
  • 10,000
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  • A3 S1
  • PRAISE GOD! (Hansberry 91).
  • This event is important because Mama tells everyone that she has bought a house for the entire family. Walter is upset by the idea, and of his dreams being crushed, but Ruth is ecstatic.
  • $$$$
  • This scene is important because Mama gives her remaining money from the check to Walter, so that he can be happy and follow his liquor store dreams.
  • It ain’t much, but it’s all I got in the world and I’m putting it in your hands (Hansberry 107).
  • In this moment, one of Walters store partners, Bobo, tells Walter that all of his money is gone. This moment is important because trust and appreciation for Walter is lost, and faith is lost.
  • And we decided to move into our house because my father... he earned it for us brick by brick (Hansberry 148).
  • Mr. Lindner, from the neighborhood that the Youngers are moving into, tells them they should consider moving elsewhere. The entire family in this moment shuts Lindner down and decides that they will move in anyway.
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