REPOST ABOUT ENG.
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Posted by Anonymous on Sunday, September 2, 2007 at 6:01pm.
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Also a continued post from yesterday:
I am wondering then why it's asked this way, "BENEATHA is particularly bitter, BUT Ruth defends Walter. What does Ruth SAY?"
Why does the question mention Bennie at all? And it asks, "What does Ruth SAY?" She only says, "Yes, Lena," when agreeing to Lena about Walter becoming a man. Is this really DEFENSIVE?
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* English-A Raisin in the Sun - GuruBlue, Monday, September 3, 2007 at 9:37am
When you don't want to "argue" about something... what do you say.... I say "yes?" Which interprets to go on, think it out.
o English-A Raisin in the Sun - Anonymous, Monday, September 3, 2007 at 12:08pm
I don't understand what you are saying. Could you please explain it to me again?
The original question was:
(In Act III, Scene I)
Beneatha is particularly bitter, but Ruth defends Walter. What does Ruth say?
Help needed here by someone who's read the play!
See answer to that question here.
So, the answer to what does Ruth say would be "Yes, Lena"?