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

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Later that night at the Bonaparte home, everybody waits for news. Fuseli, Moody, Roxy and Siggie have been drinking and continue drinking, while Bonaparte stares out the window. Frank sits quietly, a bandage on his head. Moody is on the phone, checking to hear whether anybody's heard from Joe or Lorna. Siggie drunkenly proclaims that it's time to celebrate, that with this fight Joe has hit the big leagues. Bonaparte calmly protests that there's nothing to celebrate in the death of another human being, but accepts a glass of wine. Fuseli complains about Bonaparte as Moody rejoins the party, having heard nothing from either Lorna or Joe.

Fuseli asks why Frank wears a bandage, and Frank tells him he got it fighting alongside striking union workers. Fuseli comments that Frank has a good build for a fighter but Frank says he's happy where he is...

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