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I do not understand this question. Could you please explain?
"Beneatha is particularly bitter, but Ruth defends Walter. What does Ruth say?" (Act III, SceneI)

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* A Raisin in the Sun - SraJMcGin, Monday, September 3, 2007 at 7:36pm

I remember answering this question for you before when you had so many questions on "A Raisin in the Sun."

o A Raisin in the Sun - Anonymous, Monday, September 3, 2007 at 8:49pm

I know I've asked before, but no one yet has helped me to understand this question. I think the answer should be "You didn't say nothing bad to him, did you?", but responses came back as it should be "yes Lena" and I disagree. Will someone please talk me through it so that I understand why I'm wrong? That's all I'm asking.

+ PLEASE VIEW!!!!!URGENT!!!!!!!! - Anonymous, Monday, September 3, 2007 at 9:18pm

Could someone please take a look at the above post? It would be greatly appreciated and I really need help understanding this question especially. Thank you in advance.


    I thought I explained why I thought it would be Yes, Lena. Lena was talking about Walter growing as a person, and I think that Ruth would agree with that.

    If you are talking about another instance in the play, then your answer might very well be correct.

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