Bright and Morning Star - Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Not long after Sue returns to her ironing, she finally hears Johnny-Boy's footsteps outside. Instead of feeling relieved, she senses that she will soon be saying good-bye to her son. She doesn't look up from her ironing as he enters the house, but hears him take off his shoes and then light his pipe. As he dozes off, his pipe drops to the floor. Sue brings her son a pillow and as he rests, she decides that even though it is nearly eleven o'clock at night, she will wait until he has had something to eat before telling him that he needs to tell his comrades that the meeting is off.

Sue moves away from ironing and goes to the stove to fix Johnny-Boy's dinner. When he finishes eating, she decides to let him rest for awhile before telling him about the meeting. After putting away her ironing, she pours...

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