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Da - Study Guide Act 2, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Drumm appears, now in his seventies. Charlie lets him into the house, and after a bit of small talk, Drumm reveals that Da has left Charlie a sum of money; it turns out to be the money that Charlie had sent Da after he escaped from the second nursing home. As Charlie becomes angry, Drumm reveals the second reason for his visit. He pulls out the fused spectacles and tells Charlie that Da had told him to keep them safe so that they could be passed on to Charlie after he died. Charlie gets even angrier, but Drumm tells him to calm down and says that even though Da may have been ignorant in some ways, he may still have been a good man. He goes out, saying that he enjoyed seeing Charlie again.

Charlie becomes angry at Da for not taking his money. As...

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