Beneatha changed several times in the story. First Beneatha was very self-centered and selfish, then she was very confused of what was going on and what she wanted, lastly she began to let her caring side show and care more about her family. Beneatha had trouble finding this loving part of herself, but nevertheless, she did.
When the story begins, Beneatha is very self-centered. She really only worries about herself and being a doctor at this point and as it is good to know what you want and be ambitious you should still listen to others. When Ruth and Beneatha are talking about George Murchison and Beneatha’s plans to be a doctor she states, “…I’m going to be a doctor, and George, for one, still thinks that’s pretty funny. I couldn’t be bothered with that. I am going to be a doctor and everybody around here better understand that.” (50). As she says this she lets everyone know what she is doing, which is being a doctor, and lets them know that they better understand that. Beneatha also was a very p...
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...ove someone no matter what, and that she still loved her brother even though what he did was wrong. Beneatha has really showed that she truly cares about and loves her family.
In this story Beneatha goes from being conceited and only worried about herself, to just being generally confused about almost everything, but now we can see that she cares about and loves others. Beneatha really had trouble showing that she cares but with the help of her friends and family was able to let that part of her shine through. When Beneatha’s attitude begins to change it starts to help the family come together a little bit more and not always be on edge with each other. Beneatha shows that everyone can really change. She went from being incredibly self-centered to being a caring person who loves others. Even though it took a lot of work she managed to change herself for the better.
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