Biloxi Blues - Study Guide Act II, Scene I – III Summary & Analysis

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Act II, Scene I: Selridge, Carney, and Eugene sit in a cheap hotel room, waiting for Wykowski to finish with a prostitute so that they can each have a turn. Selridge explains that the woman charges every time a customer has an orgasm and that they should have never let Wykowski go first. Eugene, a virgin, tries to act experienced and tells the others that there are 52 sex positions. He addresses the audience and says that he did not want his first time to “be like this” but that there are 21,000 soldiers on leave in Biloxi and only 14 girls – all of which go to Catholic school. When Wykowski emerges, Selridge goes in next. He is back in a matter of moments and Carney tells Eugene to go next. Carney admits that he has a girlfriend back home that would be angry if he had...

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