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Biloxi Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 8 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 8 Summary

This scene opens up in Gulfport, outside an all-girls school; it is weeks later and basic training is over. Daisy walks over to Eugene, and they hold hands. When Eugene suggests they take a walk, Daisy tells him that she cannot; she has to be back in ten minutes because it is Good Friday, and she has to abstain from parties, movies and dates. Eugene is upset because he may be leaving before he can see her again; he could be shipping out any day.

They talk about how much they like each other and Eugene finally works up the courage to tell her that he loves her. She tells him that she loves him too. Eugene moves in to kiss her and at first, she resists because it is Good Friday. Eugene says that this is the most important moment in their lives because...

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