English- A Raisin in the Sun

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This is a post continued from yesterday under "English-A Raisin in the Sun". In response to GuruBlue- Is Bennie worried about Mama meeting Asagai because Asagai wants Bennie to go to Africa and Mama won't like that?
(I reposted because the previous post is a few pages back and I'm afraid no one will go back and look at it again)

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    Right.... Mama believes strongly that there is strength in family.

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