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Biloxi Blues Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 9 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 9 Summary

It is some time later and this scene opens up the same as Act 1 Scene 1: on a railroad coach, with the boys arranged the same way, Wykowski, Selridge, Carney and Eugene on the coach seats and Epstein in the baggage rack above them. Wykowski and Selridge are arguing about Selridge's dirty socks and Carney tells them to grow up. Eugene is writing and Epstein tells him to try for simplicity and leave out any unnecessary, fancy words. Carney then tells the boys that Hennesey only got three months in jail and then a dishonorable discharge. Epstein and Wykowski argue and Epstein threatens to be very seasick on the troopship and plan on being in the hammock above Wykowski wherever they sleep; the boys fall asleep and Eugene continues to write in his journal. He then turns to the audience and says that two of his...

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