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Susan Wang Period 3 15 May 2006 A Raisin in the Sun Act III Scene ii Later that day, the family sits in their new house, with everything unpacked around them. They sit in silent weariness until Beneatha breaks the silence. Beneatha So, Mama… what do you think about Asagai? Mama Oh, Bennie, drop the subject. I already told you you’re too young to marry, much less go to Africa. (Beneatha seems like she wants to say something but doesn’t, and an awkward pause reigns) Ruth (Offhandedly) I wonder what the neighbors are going to do. Mama I’m hoping they won’t do nothing, but we don’t know what they might do. (Another awkward pause) Travis Hey Grandmama, why don’t you go out and try your new gardening hat and tools? Ruth Yeah, you can plant that little plant of yours where it can get plenty of sunshine. Mama All right, I’m going. Ruth I’ll go with you. (Ruth and Mama exit) Beneatha …Walter, I’m sorry for what I said before. About you not being a man and not being my brother. I was wrong. And I’m real sorry. I know, and am very glad, that you came through for us in the end. Walter (Quietly acknowledging it) …Yeah? Well, thanks… I mean, I wasn’t sure myself at first. I mean, what I was going to do. I guess I got a little crazy about the money— Beneatha A little ?
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