Entertaining Mr. Sloane - Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3 Summary

When Ed enters the room, he sees his father on the floor and kneels down beside him. Sloane blocks the doorway to keep Kath out, but she finally manages to get past him. Sloane explains that Kemp had an attack of some kind. Ed says he thinks their father will be fine, but he needs to get him upstairs to bed.

As soon as Ed leaves, Kath asks Sloane if he struck her father. He admits that he did. In fact, he says, he hit him several times. Kath refuses to believe it, saying he must be exaggerating. When Ed returns he reassures Kath that Kemp is all right. Leaving the room, she says wants to see her father, but Ed tells her not to disturb him because he's asleep. When the two men are alone, Ed tells Sloane that Kemp is dead. Sloane says his death...

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