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Biloxi Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

It is a few minutes later in the hotel room. The prostitute, Rowena, is sitting and smoking a cigarette, while Eugene hides behind a screen; she tries to be patient while coaxing Eugene out. He finally comes out; when she asks him if this is his first time, he laughs and says it is his second. Not believing him, she takes the cigarette out of his mouth and tells him that if he wants to look older he should grow a mustache. Eugene tells her that his name is Jack Mulgroovey and, putting on an accent, that he is from Texarkana. Rowena reveals that she is from Gulfport and she lives there with her husband; he was one of her best customers. Eugene is obviously shocked that this prostitute has a husband and a name. He never thought of prostitutes as having lives outside of...

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