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The Fourposter - Act 3, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

It is 1925, at dawn in the bedroom. It is clear that Michael and Agnes are moving out. The pictures are off the walls, leaving discolored spots on the wallpaper; all the drapes have been removed with the exception of the canopy for the bed. The fourposter is the only thing that remains in the room.

Michael is struggling with getting some last articles of clothing and toiletries into suitcases that have already reached their limits. He calls to Agnes wanting to know if they have sold the bedclothes with the bed or are they taking them. They are leaving them, she begins to make the bed and he wonders what she is planning to do with the "God Is Love" pillow that she has tucked under her arm. She intends to leave it for the new tenants, such a nice young couple.

Michael...

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