Crimes of the Heart - Study Guide Act 2 Summary & Analysis

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Babe and Barnette are discussing her case as Babe nonchalantly eats a bowl of oatmeal. She recounts the events of the shooting and says that afterward, she made a pitcher of lemonade and drank three glasses before asking her wounded husband if he needed anything. Finally, she called the hospital, but she was hesitant, because the authorities might think that she shot him. Barnette tries to follow her logic and steers her back to the subject of her medical files. They receive a phone call from Zackery, who tells Barnette to come to the hospital right away He has something to show Barnette, he says, that will have some bearing on his client's case.

Lenny enters the kitchen in a huff. Apparently, Meg has been telling lies to their grandfather about her so-called glamorous Hollywood career. Meg has infuriated Lenny with her high drama and special treatment...

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