A Chorus of Disapproval - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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The action moves to Fay and Ian's living room, where there are erotic paintings on the wall, which are never actually seen; the details are left to the imagination. Fay is armed with exotic cocktails, a faultless appearance and lots of charm when Guy arrives. He and Fay make small talk about the booze, how Fay and Ian are currently hooked on tequila, and about the paintings and how they have to be put away when Ian's mother arrives.

Fay, thinking that Guy knows all about the sexual games that are to be played, tells him that just about anything goes, except for anything "cruel or painful." Guy responds with a comment about veal, which comes from calves raised under extremely restricted conditions and which some people consider cruel and painful. Fay takes this comment as a joke, and she and Guy play a verbal...

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