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Equus - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 15 - 21 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 15 – Dysart calls for Alan to come to his office. Alan explains he watched television the night before, and Dysart thanks him for the tape. Dysart presses Alan about the talking horse, and Alan says that horses can’t talk. Dysart then pushes Alan about how he came to work at the stable, about by whom he was introduced to the stable. Alan claims it was at the electronics shop, Bryson’s, where he met someone. Alan is not thrilled working with electronics. Alan recalls the day Jill Mason came to the shop looking for blades for hair clippers for horses. She is in her early twenties and beautiful, and from the middle class. She has seen Alan at the stables before, and wonders if he is looking for a job. Alan can only work on weekends, and Jill agrees to introduce him to Dalton...

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