All My Sons - Study Guide Act 1, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Gentle, intimate conversation between Chris and Ann suggests that Ann knows why Chris asked her to visit, and why she agreed to come, that they're both finally willing and able to proclaim their love for each other. They do, and then talk about how long they've both been waiting for the chance, and then kiss. Ann, however, says that Chris kissed her as Larry's brother and not as himself, hinting that even in his many letters to her there seems to have been something about him that was ashamed. Chris says there was, adds that his shame is tied up with a lot of things, and then speaks at length about his time in combat - about how in spite of seeing so many good men killed, he felt an awakening of a sense of worthwhile responsibility for and to his fellow human beings. He...

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