Glengarry, Glen Ross - Study Guide Act 2 Summary & Analysis

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The real estate office has been broken into as evidenced by shattered glass, a boarded-up window and general disarray inside. Roma bounds in to find Williamson and Aaronow milling about with a police detective nearby. Sensing immediately what has happened, Roma demands to know if the contracts are safe. He had secured Lingk's signature yesterday. Williamson confirms that the contract was safely delivered to the bank last night. Roma is over the top now, elated to know that he has won the contest and the new Cadillac is his.

Roma's elation is tempered by the fact that other smaller contracts did not make it to the bank, so he'll have to go back to his customers and grovel for signatures again. This outrage, coupled with the fact that the premiere leads have been stolen, leaves Roma at a momentary loss. Then, Shelly Levene bursts in declaring that...

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