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Da - Study Guide Act 2, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Charlie comes onstage, drunk from spending time at the bar. He's followed by Young Charlie, whom Charlie tells to go away. He complains that Young Charlie and Da are always bothering him, showing up when and where they're not wanted. As if to prove his point, Da is sitting in the living room when Charlie comes into the house. He listens as Young Charlie tells Charlie that he'd hoped he'd become something more than what Charlie seems to be; he comments on how he (Young Charlie) never needed to drink, and on how he (Adult Charlie) has no spirit or life left in him. Charlie counters by accusing Young Charlie of being cheap, reminding him of how he could only afford to give Da six razor blades for Christmas one year because he had spent all of his money on a girl. As Da gets...

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