c. a poem by Langston Hughes d. a song by Duke Ellington
c. Living with love d. Timely travel
c. New York City d. Chicago
c. doesn’t listen to what Mama says d. wants to marry George Murchison
c. full of pity for one another d. easy going; they joke with each other
c. money d. scrambled eggs
c. combative; they often argue/bicker d. full of compassion
c. he is caring d. he has money
c. She doesn’t have an opinion. d. She is angry.
c. new pottery d. gardening tools and a huge gardening hat
c. despair d. preoccupation with the past
c. She goes into a trance-like state. d. She hits Walter.
30. All of the following are themes in the play except:
a. the real meaning of money b. the quest for the American dream
c. looking for love d. the search for identity
A. Walter B. Mama C. Ruth D. Travis