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The Fourposter - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

It is now 1901. It is night, the same bedroom but the only piece of furniture left from before is the fourposter, which has now been draped with brocade curtains. There are now paintings on the wall and the room is crowded with expensive furniture. It is clear that the furnishings are very expensive and very grand. Only one side of the bed has been made and there is only one pillow with the "God Is Love" pillow on top of it.

Agnes enters the room and slams the door. She is removing her evening gloves when Michael knocks on the door. She tells him to come in; he enters, goes to the dressing room to get his nightclothes, crosses to the door and tells her goodnight.

She tells him that he was the life of the party tonight with his cute little stories...

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