Raisin_Response _Act 3
Please submit by 11/24/21
Below you will find the Act 3 Study Notes from the Weekly Folders. As you know, it’s a bit different from that of Acts 1 and 2 since it’s not a series of questions.
For this response writing, choose 3-5 of the quotations in #2 from the Weekly Folder below to practice your close reading and analytical skills.
1. Introduce the quote;
2. Type the quote in;
3. Follow up with an explanation for why the quotation is important. Some ways to explain why a quote is important include:
a. adds insight into the characater speaking
b. furthers the plot
c. develops a theme
The quotations from Act 3 to choose from: (Consult the Weekly folder for all the study questions)
a. Beneatha to Asagai: the memory of the kid named Rufus. Why does she tell the story? If you were the director, how would you tell the actress to deliver these lines? (429) [Note that Walter is in the bedroom listening to the whole thing].
b. Asagai: e.g. Realists and Idealists: “life is like a line not a circle" (431).
c. Beneatha to Walter: “I look at you and I see the final triumph of stupidity in the world” (434).
d. Walter: “Takers and Tooken" (437).
e. Mama to Walter: “ain’t nobody in my family never let nobody pay ‘em no money that was a way of tellin’ us we wasn’t fit to walk the earth” (438).
f. Mama to Beneatha: “There’s always something left to love….Have you cried for that boy today?” (440)
g. Walter to Mr. Lindner: “We have decided to move into our house because my father—my father—he earned it” (442).
Page numbers are quoted from the Seagull Book of Poems, Norton.
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