Glengarry, Glen Ross - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 2 Summary

In a different booth at the same Chinese restaurant, Moss and Aaronow, two other sales representatives from the real estate company have just finished dinner. They are disgruntled over the injustice of the new sales contest. It's outrageous to them that their jobs should hinge on some contest and not prior performance or loyalty, especially given the sales volume they each made in the Glen Ross subdivision.

Like Levine, they too have made every excuse for every failed deal. Now the pressure is just too great because two men from the office will lose their jobs because of the new sales contest. Aaronow has the bent countenance of a man resigned to a dire fate, while Moss puts up a false bravado. Both men know that the ax could fall on one, or both, of them and they talk because it seems a more civilized...

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