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The Great God Brown Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 1 Summary

Seven years later, Dion and Cybel play solitaire in Cybel's parlor. The furnishings are more expensive than earlier and the two characters have aged and softened. It is clear that Cybel represents the maternal, nurturing characteristics that he needs and does not receive from Margaret. During the course of their conversation, it is revealed that Billy supports Cybel yet does not know that Dion continues to spend time with her.

Dion admits that his health is almost exhausted and that his heart is bad. Cybel encourages Dion to go home to Margaret and the boys, but Dion is enraged over the fact that his life is waning and Billy has taken credit for all his creativity and hard work over the years. Billy finally stands to leave, kisses Cybel goodbye and dons his mask.

Billy arrives soon afterwards and surprises Cybel so that she does...

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