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

D. L. Coburn
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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

It is Sunday at the home once again. Weller waits for Fonsia to come out to the porch. He has instructed a nurse to tell Fonsia that her sister is waiting for her outside so that she will come out. Fonsia, however, does not believe that her sister is outside; nonetheless, she goes. She accuses Weller of instigating his ploy to get her outside for another game of Gin. She does not want to play anymore.

Weller accuses Fonsia of reporting him to the home staff. The staff told him they were thinking about sending him to a psychiatrist. He fears they could send him to the State Mental Hospital. She admits talking to the staff, but says she thought he might benefit from a psychiatric visit. She assumed that he had money because of his talk about his successful business and could afford a...

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