A Raisin in the Sun

What does George say about the heritage that Ruth speaks of

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George's comment is directed at Beneatha, not Ruth. Beneatha accuses George of giving up their heritage and calls him an assimilationist Negro. George then tells Beneatha that the heritage she's so proud of is nothing but a bunch of "grass huts."


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