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Biloxi Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

The lights come up on the U.S.O. dance, which is being held in a church basement the following week. A girl, Daisy, is seen dancing with a soldier; after the dance ends, she walks over to Eugene and asks him to dance. Surprised, Eugene tells her that he never dances and he comes to these things because he likes to talk, and he wants to meet someone worth talking to. Daisy is interested in him but after trying a few more times to get him to dance with no results, she starts to walk away; Eugene, realizing his mistake, calls back to her and says he will dance.

They start to dance, somewhat awkwardly; Daisy has to tell him the steps and Eugene cannot dance and talk at the same time because he has to count the steps aloud. After a few minutes...

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