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The bedroom door at right opens and her husband stands in the doorway in his pajamas, which are rumpled and mismatched. He is a lean, intense young man in his middle thirties, inclined to quick, nervous movements and erratic speech habits - and always in his voice there is a quality of indictment.

Is he out yet?

What you mean out? He ain't hardly got in there yet.

WALTER (wandering in, still more oriented to sleep than to a new day).
Well, what was you doing all that yelling for if I can't even get in there yet? (stopping and thinking) Check coming today?

They said Saturday, and I hopes to God that you ain't going to get up here first thing this morning and start talking to me 'bout no money - 'cause I 'bout don't want to hear it.

Something the matter with you this morning? (Hansberry 1.1)

Based on the above passage, which of the following BEST characterizes Walter?


Walter is oblivious to his immediate surroundings.


Walter is thoughtful and sympathetic when dealing with others.


Walter is untrustworthy and disliked by his family.


Walter is concerned about Ruth.


Walter has argumentative tendencies.

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