The Glass Menagerie - Scene 7, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 7, Part 2 Summary

Jim comes into the living room, speaks gently to Laura, and offers her the wine. She sits up on the sofa, takes the wine, and sips lightly. He talks her into sitting on the floor with him, gets her to sit closer to the candlelight so he can see her better, and tells her that Tom told him she's shy. Laura asks him whether he's kept up with his singing and reminds him that they used to sit next to each other in the school choir. Jim admits that Laura looked familiar to him as soon as he came in the door but that he couldn't figure out from where. Laura tells him that she knew who he was the minute he came in, reminds him that he once gave her the nickname "Blue Roses," and confesses that she always felt self-conscious about her limp...

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