Blues for an Alabama Sky - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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The next morning, as Guy prepares some costumes for local delivery, Angel slowly climbs the stairs and enters the apartment. Guy didn't hear her leave this morning so Angel tells him that she had gone to see Sam for an abortion. Guy is supportive and promises to return as soon as he finishes his deliveries.

Leland arrives after struggling up the stairs with a rocking chair he's bought for Angel so that she can rock the baby. He also presents Angel with a diamond ring that had belonged to his mother and which had been worn by his late wife. Too weary for more talk of marriage plans, Angel tells Leland that she has suffered a miscarriage, hoping that this information will cool his ardor. Under intense questioning by Leland, however, Angel finally admits that she has had an abortion.

Leland surmises that Sam performed...

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