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What is the significance of Asagai's reference to Beneatha's "mutilated" hair?
Beneatha is offended by what she views as this insult to her physical attractiveness.
Beneatha is frustrated that the time and energy she puts into straightening her hair is not paying off.
Beneatha's hairstyle represents her failure to follow the most current fashions.
Asagai disapproves of the freedoms American women enjoy.
Beneatha is offended by Asagai's claim that straightening her hair is a denial of her African heritage.