As Bees in Honey Drown - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

Douglas Carter Beane
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Alexa sits at a table in an expensive hotel, breakfasting on coffee and pastries. Wyler arrives. Alexa greets him, and in the kind of overly extravagant, self-consciously clever language she almost always uses, she tells him that she wants him to write the screenplay of her life. She flatters him about his writing, drops the names of several famous people she says want to appear with her in the movie and says that she works in the music industry as an associate of Morris Kaden of Delta Records. Wyler makes a clever comment about the kind of tea she must be drinking to be talking so much, and Alexa comments on how clever writers are, how observant they are and how "no-one can pull the cashmere over [their] eyes."

Alexa asks how long it took Wyler to write his book, and Wyler says...

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