Blues for an Alabama Sky - Act 2, Scene 5 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 5 Summary

Two weeks after the murder, it is the morning that Guy will depart for Paris. Delia is in mourning for Sam and wanders into Guy's apartment as he does some last-minute packing. Champagne is chilling on the table in preparation for a few bon voyage toasts. Angel has not been seen since the murder, but Guy has prepaid the rent in case she returns.

Guy senses Delia's melancholy and suggests that she accompany him to Paris for a change of scene. Delia decides to accept his offer and returns to her apartment to pack a few things. Meanwhile Angel slips into Guy's apartment, thinking that everyone is gone; but Delia sees her through her open door.

The two women stare at each other for a long moment. Then Angel gives Delia a picture of Sam. As the two women say goodbye, they silently understand that...

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