All My Sons - Study Guide Act 2, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Later that night, Chris saws apart the fallen tree. Kate comes out, in the middle of getting dressed for their fancy dinner, and commenting that there's more light on the house with the tree gone. After making small talk about how she's prepared George's favorite juice and how Joe is sleeping a long time, Kate tells Chris he has to protect her and Joe from George and his accusations of Joe's involvement in the incident at the plant. Ignoring Chris's suggestions that she leave the subject alone, Kate wonders aloud whether Ann, deep down, feels the same about the Kellers as her father and brother. Before Chris can answer, Ann comes out and asks how Kate is. Kate dismisses her concern and goes in. Ann and Chris agree that now is the time to tell Kate about their marriage and urge each other to remain...

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