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Angels in America - Part 2: Act 3, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Roy is still in the hospital, and his pain is worse. He has turned the room into a makeshift office, with an elaborate phone, piles of legal documents, and at the foot of the bed, a locked icebox containing his drugs. He is arguing on the phone, though he is crippled by terrible bursts of pain.

Ethel Rosenberg appears and sits in a chair by his bed. He stares at her.

Belize enters with pills, but Roy continues his call, occasionally stopping to speak to Ethel. He refuses the pills, and lets Belize look at his collection of personal medicines. They are the most up to date drugs available for the treatment of AIDS. Belize threatens to take some of them to give to other patients. Roy protests – he is not bothered by the fact that he has more than he needs. They...

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