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Da - Study Guide Act 1, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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A young woman named Mary appears, and Charlie tells Da how every young man in the school wanted to be with her, because there were rumors that she let boys have sex with her. As Mary sits on a bench and reads, Young Charlie and Oliver appear. Oliver wants Young Charlie to go down to the pool hall with him, but Young Charlie is determined to ask Mary out. Oliver, disappointed, goes off alone. Young Charlie sits next to Mary and starts making conversation. Mary doesn't seem interested, but as Young Charlie moves closer and actually puts his hand on her knee, she starts to respond positively. This makes Young Charlie behave just strangely enough that Mary starts to wonder about him, but nevertheless she puts her hand on his knee.

At that moment, Da appears and takes over the conversation, asking who Mary's family...

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