A Moon for the Misbegotten - Act II Summary & Analysis

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Act II Summary

Act II picks up at 11pm that night in the living room. Josie has been waiting for Jim, who said he'd come by at 9pm. Instead, Hogan trails in, drunk and singing loudly. It is unusual for him to be coming home before the bar closes. They argue and Josie offers to fight her father, but they don't follow through.

Josie is impatient and preoccupied and orders her father to go straight to bed. She then notices her father is more miserable than usual. He finally tells her why. Jim is selling the farm to Harder. Simpson had come to the bar with an offer of ten thousand dollars and Jim agreed. They would settle the paperwork in the morning.

Hogan goes on with further details of the evening in the bar. Before the incident, he relates, Jim had confided in...

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