Golden Boy - Act 2, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 4 Summary

This scene is set in the locker room of a public arena. As the scene begins, there are offstage roars from a crowd watching boxing matches. Bonaparte and Siggie sit on a bench, Tokio busies himself with the contents of a locker, and a fighter named Pepper White is rubbed down by his trainer. Fuseli comes in asking for Joe. Tokio tells him that Moody has him upstairs talking with sports reporters. Fuseli isn't happy about this and is even less happy when Tokio introduces Joe's family. Fuseli tells Tokio that from now on he takes orders from him, and then firmly tells Bonaparte and Siggie that he wants Joe to be focused and thinking of nothing but fighting when he goes into the ring. He also tells them he wants them to be gone when the fight is over, and then leaves. A bell...

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