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Angels in America Chapter Summary & Analysis - Part 2: Act 4, Scene 3 Summary

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Part 2: Act 4, Scene 3 Summary

The next day, Louis is sitting on a bench in a tunnel that looks out on the Bethesda Fountain in Central Park. Belize enters, carrying an umbrella against the drizzle, which he shakes over Louis before sitting down. Belize comments on the angel in the fountain, which commemorates naval dead in the Civil War. Belize tells him that they went to see Joe at the courthouse. He criticizes Louis for abandoning Prior and taking up with "Roy Cohn's buttboy." Louis defends Joe. Louis says that Belize hates him because he was the reason that Prior and Belize split up. He says Belize's view of the world is too simple, although he seems to be wondering if the rumor about Joe and Roy is true. Belize says that the only things Louis loves are big ideas, like America. Belize says he hates...

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