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Golden Boy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

This scene takes place in Moody's office, two months later. Moody, Lorna and Tokio listen as Roxy (the fight club owner mentioned in the first scene) tells them how his patrons aren't all that crazy about watching Joe fight. Lorna tries to convince the men that they have to handle Joe carefully but Roxy doesn't want to hear from a woman. Lorna leaves. Roxy goes on to complain that although Joe's a good defensive fighter he doesn't attack, almost as though he's saving his hands. Tokio urges Moody and Roxy to trust that Joe is a good fighter and will fight more aggressively once he's more experienced. Moody isn't quite sure, and reveals his plans to take Joe on a boxing tour of the Midwest.

Bonaparte appears, anxious to meet the people he calls Joe's new friends. Roxy and Moody tell him that they're trying...

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