All My Sons - Study Guide Act 2, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Kate greets George, and their conversation reveals that they have a long standing and deeply felt affection for each other. Kate impulsively suggests they change their dinner plans and stay in. Ann offers to help her prepare, but George comments that the train is leaving at 8:30. Kate takes this as an indication that Ann is leaving, but Chris and Ann reassure her, with Ann inviting George to stay longer. Chris says that if George wants to go, he'll drive him, but if he stays there are to be no arguments. Kate insists that she and George have no argument, plaintively commenting that they've both suffered in the same way and for the same reasons. She points out the shattered tree and begins to explain how she saw the wind destroy it, but is interrupted by Lydia, who runs in and greets George. Their conversation reveals...

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