Flyin' West - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

As Fannie and Miss Leah return from the morning's church activities, they encounter Frank, who is on his way out and headed to town to take care of a business matter. The women remark on the unusual possibility of any business conducted on a Sunday. Their conversation stops abruptly as they see Minnie stumbling from the house. It is clear that she has been badly beaten. Minnie also reveals that Frank has forced her to add his name to the land deed and that his trip into town is to find a buyer immediately.

Act 2, Scene 3 Analysis

Frank is blinded by greed and desperation, which propels him again into a violent state. Unfortunately for him, he has encountered women who will not tolerate any threat to their security, whether it be physical abuse or the possibility of losing a part of their land. Frank has...

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