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Biloxi Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

This scene opens up on the steps outside the barracks; Eugene is sitting on the steps, smoking a cigarette and looking despondent. Carney comes out and lights up a cigarette next to him. Eugene apologizes to him, but Carney tells him to forget it and that Eugene does not really know him anyway. Carney then asks him if he really thinks that he is someone who cannot be counted on. Eugene explains it to him; he wrote that because Carney can never make up his mind and this would be bad if they were in war. Carney thinks about it and sees Eugene's point although he is still hurt. He then tells Eugene that his sort-of fiancé said the same thing about him, which is why it hit so hard. Shortly Eugene goes back inside and Carney is left outside singing the chorus to "...

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