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Which of the pairs of characters from Act Two Scene 1 listed below represent the strongest foil for each other?
Ruth and Beneatha, whose age differences highlight how each character understands the concept of heritage differently.
Walter and Ruth, whose approach towards their marriage shows how poverty affects people differently.
Walter and George, whose attitudes toward life reveals the contrast between social classes.
Ruth and Mama, whose approach to marriage reveals generational differences about a woman's role in society.
Beneatha and George, whose different levels of education shows why people view history very differently.