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

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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Billy, disguised in Dion's mask, returns home to Margaret whom he kisses passionately. Margaret confesses that she is happier now that she has ever been in the course of their marriage. When Margaret tells Billy that she had been in the office today and ran into Billy, the Great God Brown, the man seemed very strange and confessed that he had always loved her. Billy, as Dion, can only comment that Brown is a confused old man and changes the subject, so that he can do some work he brought home from the office.

Act 3, Scene 3 Analysis

The climax is nearing for Billy, as his joint roles as Billy and Dion have placed him in a duplicitous situation. O'Neill reminds us that it is easy to teeter on the verge of achievement of the American Dream and suggests the dire path when common sense and...

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