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Curse of the Starving Class Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3 Summary

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Act 3 Summary

Act 3 opens on the next morning on the same set, but now the lamb is back as is the fence enclosure. All of the wood and tools are gone and the door is finished. Coffee brews on the stove. Clean-shaven and freshly dressed, Weston folds laundry into tidy piles at the kitchen table. As the lights rise the lamb can be heard baaing. Weston talks to the lamb, telling it that there are worse things than maggots that could happen. He tells a story about castrating lambs on a cool morning. A shadow came over him, and thinking it was a buzzard or a hawk, he is surprised to see an eagle swooping down. The eagle makes another pass and finally Weston figures that the bird is after the testes being cut from the lambs. He decides to toss the testes up onto the roof of the...

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