Golden Boy - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Back in Moody's office the next morning, Lorna fights off a hangover while Moody tells her things are looking up. His wife is now involved with another man and has agreed to the divorce, and at the same time he's signed the contract for a big fight for Joe. He asks Lorna whether she talked to Joe about his driving the night before, but Lorna tells him she didn't see Joe. Moody then excitedly tells Lorna they're on their way, and she tells him he paints beautiful pictures.

Siggie, Joe's brother, comes in with a roll of cash. He tells them that Joe sent it to Bonaparte, but Bonaparte refused it. Siggie complains that Bonaparte is stuck in life, while Joe is out there making life happen. Lorna tells Siggie to tell Bonaparte that she saw Joe last night and he's fine. Moody tells him...

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