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Biloxi Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

It is late Sunday night back at the barracks; Selridge, Carney and Epstein are lying on their bunks, while Wykowski paces with Eugene's notebook of memoirs. Wykowski, who is quite worked up, starts to read aloud. Hennesey comes in and wants to talk about their weekend; Wykowski cuts him off to read more from the journal. Hennesey tells him that he has no right to read it and Wykowski tells him that it is public domain because it is about them. Epstein tells him that it is private property; Wykowski comes back and says that he did not know Jews were lawyers as well as doctors. Epstein fires back that he has converted to Catholicism and when he becomes a priest, he is going to excommunicate him. Selridge finds this funny, which annoys Wykowski because he wants to get back to the memoirs.

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