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Da - Act 2, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

A middle aged woman, Mrs. Prynne, comes in and asks Young Charlie where Da is. Young Charlie fetches him, calling Mrs. Prynne "the mistress." As Da hurriedly pulls on his coat, we learn that the Master of the house where Da works as gardener has died and that the servants are receiving legacies. Young Charlie asks Da how much the cook got, and when Da tells him a hundred, Young Charlie becomes excited. Da goes to Mrs. Prynne, who compliments him on his work and tells him that her father, the Master, had asked her to make sure that Da had a pension of twenty six pounds per year. She offers Da a legacy of twenty five pounds, explaining that the cook is a special case. Finally, she gives Da a memento: a clump of sunglasses, fused into a kind of sculpture in a fire...

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