A liquor license
Beneatha's medical degree
Travis's report card
Detroit in Michigan
Harlem in New York
Southside in Chicago
Compton in Los Angeles
She had a dream deferred.
She was entered in a writing contest at her university.
Her family had faced discrimination when they moved to a white neighborhood.
She was good friends with Langston Hughes.
He wanted to buy a house.
He wanted to pay for his sister's college.
He wanted to buy a liquor store.
He wanted to buy a new limo.
Walter Lee is a limo driver.
Ruth irons clothes for weathy people.
Mama works as a maid.
All of the above.
Robert Frost, "Nothing Gold Can Stay"
Langston Hughes, "A Dream Deferred"
Pat Mora, "A Voice"
Richard Wilbur, "The Writer"
Bobo and Willie
Mr. Lindner and Willie
Joseph Agasi and Mr. Linder
Joseph Agasi and George
He doesn't want to move from the apartment.
He will not have enough money to open the liquor store.
He thinks she will give anything left of the money to Beneatha.
He wanted to put the money into a college fund for Travis.
He wants to pay them to not move into the neighborhood.
He is a member of the welcoming committee.
He wants to make friends with the Younger family.
He is going to help Walter Lee with the liquor store.
Give the $6,500 to Beneatha for her medical school.
Purchase a new limo and give the rest to Ruth.
Keep $3,500 for himself and put the other $3,000 toward Beneatha's medical school.
Give the entire $6,500 to Willie for the liquor store.
He goes downtown and purchases a liquor license.
He leaves town with all of their money.
He meets Walter Lee and Bobo at a bar and tells them he just bought it.
He opens a liquor store.
She can not stay any longer in their tiny apartment.
She is looking for a new job.
She likes being a maid and ironing clothes.
She doesn't want Walter Lee to feel bad.
He has joined the Clybourne Park Improvement Association.
He wants Mr. Linder to visit the family again since they enjoyed the last visit so much.
He wants Mr. Linder to give them a check to make up for the money he lost.
He wants to be proud of his decision to open a liquor store.
Walter Lee has no pride if he takes the money from Linder.
She is glad the check from Mr. Linder will make them rich.
Walter Lee should leave and never come back.
They have more money than her ancestors because of the insurance check.
Ruth would never speak to him again.
Mama would not be proud of him and would not like him as a son.
His father worked for the house brick by brick.
Travis should be able to play in the street like other children.