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Blood Wedding Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

The son's mother and her son talk with his fiancee's father. The mother complains about the four hour drive to the house sitting on empty plains. According to the mother, if her husband had plains he would have covered them with trees and not left them empty. After the greetings, the father tells the two how good it would be if the son moved his vineyard to his plains. The mother disagrees with combining all of their land together. The girl's father and son's mother briefly discuss the marriage of their children. Both mention the good qualities their child has to offer. The son says he would like to have the wedding next week on his fiancee's 22nd birthday. His mother reminds them that her oldest son would have been 22 now if he hadn't been killed.

The mother meets her son's fiancee. Her father comments...

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