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Da Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Part 3 Summary

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Act 2, Part 3 Summary

Mother appears and calls for Young Charlie, who comes downstairs followed by Oliver. We learn that Young Charlie is going off to Brussels to get married; Da and Mother had been invited but refused to go, Mother complaining that it was too far and Da was too unwell. She kisses Young Charlie, trying to hide how upset she is. Da shakes his hand, holding on far too long as he gives him last minute advice. Finally he lets go, and Young Charlie and Oliver leave. Da comments to Mother that they should have gone with him, but Mother hints that if they'd been at the wedding, it might have been a hindrance to the marriage. She goes up to change the sheets on Young Charlie's bed.

Da and Charlie comment on how Mother had died "an Irishwoman's death," drinking tea. This leads Charlie to remember...

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