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

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Part 2: Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

Harper is seated in front of the stage in the small theatre of the Mormon visitors' centre. Hannah brings Prior into the theatre, and goes behind the stage to start a taped presentation.

Harper and Prior talk. She says that one of the dummies on the stage (part of the presentation) resembles her husband. She finds the sound of its voice reassuring. Harper says she is a bad Mormon. Prior says he is studying angels, and that he saw one in his room. They find each other familiar, but cannot figure out where they have met before.

The show starts. The dummy of the father is the actor playing Joe. It is the story of the Mormon trek from Missouri to Salt Lake. The mannequin family speaks about their journey to their earthly paradise, which Harper cuts in to say (to Prior) is...

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