Golden Boy - Act 2, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

Joe and Lorna are again out on the park bench. Joe tells her that some nights he wakes up from a dream feeling like there's something at the foot of his bed reaching for him. When Lorna suggests it's his violin, he suggests that it's her and tells her she's real for him the way music was real, telling her that fighting feels like it doesn't have a point. He talks about how Moody makes him feel like a possession, tells Lorna he wants to be with her all the time, not just one night a week, and tells her he loves her. Lorna says that Moody loves her too, tells Joe that Moody's got things tough with his wife and a sick kid, that Moody's the kind of guy that always starts something new with two strikes against him, and that "he's a...

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