Between the Acts - Pages 106 - 120 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 106 - 120 Summary

Furtively, Isa leaves the audience and spends some time in the stable, reciting lines from the play and other snippets from English literature. She sees her husband Giles and Mrs. Manresa leaving the greenhouse, and she follows them back to the audience.

Music starts playing, pulled from the Victorian era. This sparks many memories in the crowd (especially the older members) who exchange reminiscences. Finally, a villager named Budge emerges as a traffic cop, a bobby. He explains his traffic duties and all the people he's seen while directing traffic on the cobblestone streets of London. The audience is mesmerized and many are taken back to that time in their minds.

Next, a sheet is spread on the terrace to represent a lake. The next scene is "A Picnic Party," circa 1860. A man named Edgar meets a young woman named Eleanor...

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