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Angels in America - Part 2: Act 4, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2: Act 4, Scene 2 Summary

Joe is sitting dejectedly in his office the next day. Prior and Belize enter the corridor immediately outside. Prior wants to meet his "replacement." He tells Joe that he does indeed look like the Mormon dummy. He says he is a prophet. He shouts vaguely about judgment, and pretends he is in the wrong room. He goes out. Belize goes in to see what Joe looks like, and Joe recognizes him as Roy's nurse. He denies this and goes out to Prior. Joe also comes out into the corridor. He wants to know what Prior meant by mentioning his wife. Prior pretends to be a mental patient. He says that Joe should talk to her himself, and blows a raspberry at Joe.

Part 2: Act 4, Scene 2 Analysis

This scene begins to stitch together the play's web of relationships. The content and tone...

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