The Great White Hope - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

Howard Sackler
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A large crowd of black people is gathered outside a building that has the sign Cafy de Champion on it. A band plays and a barker shouts into a megaphone, inviting the people of Chicago to the cafy's opening. The crowd cheers as Jack enters in an expensive white car accompanied by Ellie, Tick, and Goldie. The band becomes quiet as Jack tells the crowd he's proud and happy to be making Chicago his new home. A man in the crowd jokes about Brady's head being mounted on the wall inside. Jack says it's not there but talks about the decorations that are. He then introduces Ellie as his fiancy, Goldie, and Tick, who holds up the championship belt. The crowd cheers, the band plays, and Jack leads Ellie and the other black people into the club. The police disappear, and Goldie and Tick are...

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