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The Great God Brown Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

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Act 3, Scene 2 Summary

Later that night Billy is alone once again in his library but this time the mask of Dion stares at him from its place on a table. Billy confides to the mask that the deceit was almost discovered today when Margaret appeared unannounced at the office. Billy tells Dion's mask that the plan is to have Billy leave for an extended vacation in Europe where his death will be faked. He will leave everything to Margaret. Billy will then return from Europe, assume the personality of Dion and live with Margaret and the boys as if nothing ever happened. The aura of Dion's mask taunts Billy that the plan will be discovered. This sends Billy into an outrage. All Billy can do now is put on Dion's identity and go home to Margaret..

Act 3, Scene 2 Analysis

O'Neill shines an uncomfortable light on the mindset of...

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