Come Back, Little Sheba - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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Mrs. Coffman pays a visit to Lola a week after Doc has left. She says her son got an extra ticket so that she could go with them to the Spring Relays. Lola declines to go. She tells Mrs. Coffman she wants to be home in case Doc comes back from the hospital today. After Mrs. Coffman leaves the mailman drops off a letter, but Lola does not notice. When the milkman comes by, Lola has her order already filled out. She is unexcited when the milkman gives her the issue of the muscle magazine he was featured in.

Doc comes home. He is reserved and quiet, as he was before he started drinking. Lola is happy to see him, but is fearful of his reaction. Doc senses that she is scared of him and tells her he is better. Doc cries as he remembers...

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