Blues for an Alabama Sky - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

The next day Sam tries to calm Delia, who is distressed because the building where she had hoped to open her clinic has been bombed. She is relieved to learn that no one was injured and is further buoyed by Sam's offer of office space in a building where he'd first set up practice.

Meanwhile Guy receives more good news when a telegram arrives from Josephine Baker, who asks him to come to Paris to design costumes. The cable also includes a ticket for first class passage on a ship and ample funds for expenses. When Angel arrives home, Guy tells her about the cable and informs her that he has also purchased a ticket for her passage.

Delia and Guy head out to a restaurant to celebrate, while Angel stays behind to ponder her decision. Sam arrives at the apartment and eventually, Angel asks...

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