36 Views - Act 2, Scenes 29-31 Summary & Analysis

Naomi Iizuka
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After a long absence, Elizabeth Newman-Orr resurfaces when the piece she asked Darius to procure finally arrives. While John pries the crate open, Elizabeth asks Darius if he feels bad breaking the law, but he evades the question as he is on to Elizabeth's true purpose. When John finally gets the box open, he is shocked to see it contains a portrait of a Japanese lady identical to the one on Darius' while. Thinking she has him caught, Elizabeth is shocked when Darius tells her he has known it was a fake from the first moment he saw it hanging in her "client's" home. Seeking to catch him on something, she says it must be a crime to own such a piece of art, alluding to his copy of the portrait, but then he sends her reeling again implying his copy is also a...

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