Hope and Aspiration
BENEATHA (Dropping to her knees)
Well – I do – all right? – thank everybody! And forgive me permanently wanting to end up being anything at all! (Pursuing him on her behalf knees over the floor) FORGIVE ME, FORGIVE ME, FORGIVE ME! (1. 1 . 123)| Beneatha sarcastically apologizes for having dreams. To Walter, her dream seems kind of far-fetched. However , Beneatha is determined and she takes on her close friend for her right to want to become a doctor. Offer #2RUTH
Mother, something is taking place between Walter and me. I how to start what it is – but this individual needs anything – some thing I won't be able to give him any more. He requirements this possibility, Lena. (1. 1 . 187)| Walter is incredibly dissatisfied along with his life, and he's taking it out about everybody about him. Poor Ruth feels the brunts of her husband's unhappiness. She appears to be afraid of what to you suppose will happen between them if Walter does not get the probability to attain his dream. Estimate #3MAMA
…Big Walter used to say, he'd get proper wet inside the eyes at times, lean his head back with the water browsing his eye and declare, " Look like God did not see fit to have the black gentleman nothing but dreams – but He do give us kids to make all of them dreams seem to be worth while. " (1. 1 ) 206)| Lena's life's dreams are not pertaining to herself but also for her family's future generations. Big Walter's mention inside the play serves as a reminder in the sacrifices parents make for youngsters. Quote #10BENEATHA
That was what one person could perform for another, correct him up – sew up the issue, make him all right again. That was your most wonderful thing in the world…I planned to do that. I thought it was the one concrete thing in the world that a person could perform. Fix up the sick, you know – and make them entire again. This is truly staying God…I wished to cure. It used to be so important in my experience. I wanted to cure. It used to subject. I used to care. I mean regarding people and just how their physiques hurt…(3. 1 ) 14)| In this lovely very little monologue, Beneatha tells us how come she dreams of being a doctor – the girl...