The Gin Game - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

D. L. Coburn
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A day has passed since the table-flipping incident. Weller enters the porch looking for Fonsia; he wants to talk to her. She is in the garden, and at first she wants to be alone, but then decides it is getting too late to be in the garden. Weller apologizes for being such a poor loser. His temper, she says, frightened her. He comments that except for his outbursts, they seem to enjoy each other's company. She agrees, but tells him he "can't play Gin." Weller immediately takes this as an insult to his Gin-playing abilities when what she meant was that he should not play Gin because of his temper. After Fonsia jokes with him that she is now an expert Gin player, Weller immediately begins to look for the deck of cards for a rematch. She does not want to play.

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