Biloxi Blues - Act II, Scene IV – VI Summary & Analysis

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Act II, Scene IV Summary: Eugene and Carney go outside the barracks to smoke a cigarette. Eugene tries to explain what he said in his memoirs about not being able to trust Carney with his life in a tense situation. Eugene says that all he meant was that Carney is very indecisive and that someone who takes too long to make decisions is not the type of person you would want to be next to in a foxhole. Carney says that his fiancé Charlene has another boyfriend because she feels that he is too indecisive and does not want to wait for him to make up his mind. Eugene asks if he and Carney are back on good terms, and Carney says that he will have to think about it. Eugene goes back into the barracks to fall asleep.

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