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Two clowns at the zoo
Two individuals who plan on opening a business together
Travis' pet rabbits
Walter was tired of Ruth being sick all the time.
Walter wants to dream of a better life and Ruth keeps pushing reality back at him.
Walter is tired of eggs.
Walter was bad because Ruth had burned his breakfast.
Walter and Ruth's daughter
The bank was sending her a check for the amount in her account.
She had won the lottery.
She had won an art contest.
It was insurance money from her husband's life insurance.
She did not believe in God.
She was very religous and thanked God daily.
She thought he was an unjust God.
She never mentioned God.
He was too shallow.
He was too poor.
He was too ugly.
He was too dumb.
Ruth's college professor
Walter's business partner.
Benatha's African friend
"Doctor of the future"
"One who wishes on the stars and dances with the fish"
"One for Whom Bread - Food - Is Not Enough"
He had turned his back on God and had become a drug abuser.
He had become too concerned with money and had lost traditional family values.
He beat his wife and verbally abused his son.
He was too eager to spend the money Mama was receiving from her law suit.
Blacks who do not believe in God.
Blacks who have left Africa to go to America and became educated.
Blacks who gave up their African heritage to blend into the dominant society.
Blacks who still live a tribal life in Nigeria.
To talk business
To talk about Beneatha
To bribe him for a liquor license
To fight him
Made a down payment on a house
Invested in a grocery store
Purchased a large quantity of lotto tickets
Donated to Father Joseph's Babtist school for the Underpriviledged
He was very happy.
He was too tired to care.
He was understanding.
He was disappointed.
Representative from the Clybourne Park Improvement Association
Representative from the NAACP
Representative from the Illinois State Board of Liquor Distribution and Sales
They are those who are also assimilationists.
They are those who refuse to think for themselves.
They are the intellectuals in colleges.
They are those who see the changes in life.
He accepted his offer.
He personal disliked Lindner but could not turn his generous offer.
He told Lindner to leave the appartment.
He enthusiastic about the opportunity to move into a black community.
It wasn't enough money.
His conscience wouldn't let him ruin his family's pride.
Will returned the money he took.
Mama would not let him.
A new pot for her plant.
A gardening hat.
A sun dress
The confederate army
The union army
Giving vital information to the enemy
Plotting set fire to Owl Creek Bridge
Successfully burning down Owl Creek Bridge
He was reunited with his wife.
He died as a result of hanging.
He was shot by a Union officer's musket.
He woke up. It was all a dream.
Allow John to work
Allow the narrator to rest
Allow the narrator to write
Beautiful and full of life
Ugly and annoying
Doing what is best for his wife.
Too wrapped up in his work to deal with his crazy wife.
Too much in love to see clearly.
Resentful of his wife's condition.
Divorces his wife
Slaps his wife.
The recovery process for mental instability.
The control a husband had over his wife's life during this time period.
The control a wife has over her husband's money.
The willingness women have to be controlled by their husbands.
Retains some hope.
Is not suddently shocked.
Does not realize the entire truth.
Comletely understands the severity of this event.
Regaining control of her life.
Meeting her family at the funeral.
Collecting the life insurance check.
Trying to escape out an opened window.
Overcome with grief.
Realizing that she is now free.
Dies from her heart condition.
Elopes with Francisco.
Breaks down and cries over the suddent death of her husband.
Begins laughing at the funeral.