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Blood Wedding Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

Just before dawn on the wedding day, the servant combs the girl's hair on the courtyard of her room. Looking out at the plains saddens the girl. She wishes she were around trees, instead of being choked by walls and bare fields. The servant talks endlessly about the wedding as she tries placing a crown of orange blossoms on the girl's head. The girl throws down the crown. When the servant asks her how she can be so sad on her wedding day, the girl admits her fears. She likes her fiancee but thinks that marriage is a big step. The servant tries teasing her into a better mood.

Leonardo is the first guest to arrive at the bride's house on the wedding day. The servant tells Leonardo that the bride isn't available to talk because she is dressing. When the servant asks how Leonardo's...

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