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All My Sons Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Part 3 Summary

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Act 1, Part 3 Summary

Ann and Chris come out of the house. Joe, Chris and Keller comment on how beautiful she is. As she comments on how her old house next door has changed, Jim comes out of that house and is introduced to her. Small talk about Ann's happy memories of her childhood is interrupted by another call from Sue for Jim to take a phone call. As he goes in, Jim offers Ann a piece of advice - never, he says, count her husband's money, even in her mind. After he's gone, Ann suggests that the family go out that night, the way they did when Larry was alive. This leads Kate to triumphantly point out to Joe and Chris that Ann still thinks of Larry. Ann asks why she shouldn't, and then comments on how strange it is to her that Kate has kept Larry's room...

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