Act II, Scene 3: Summary and Analysis
Karl Lindner: a white man representing a resident organization from Clybourne Park
Bobo: another friend of Walter’s with whom he has business
It is moving day one week later. Ruth and Beneatha are packing. Ruth happily tells Beneatha of the change that has come over Walter; they are getting along better and Ruth is very happy. The doorbell rings and a white man they have never seen before is there. He comes in to their apartment, and Ruth, Beneatha, and Walter talk to him since Mama is not at home.
His name is Karl Lindner and he is from the Clybourne Park Improvement Association. He specifically represents their New Neighbors...
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