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The Great White Hope Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scenes 2 and 3 Summary

Howard Sackler
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Act 2, Scenes 2 and 3 Summary

Scene 2--A Polish boxer arrives at an airport in France where he's met by a group of reporters who ask him, in French, how he feels about his impending fight with Jack. The fighter responds in French, bragging about how quickly he's going to win.

Scene 3--Before the fight with the Polish fighter, Tick tapes Jack's hands and fusses about keeping him calm. Ellie watches as Jack responds with increasing impatience, and asks Goldie when he enters how many people are there to watch. Goldie says it's a full house and asks Jack how he's doing. Jack angrily asks Tick to get him some water, and as Tick struggles to find the right way to communicate with a French assistant, Jack tells Goldie he's fine. Tick gets the water and gives it to Jack, who drinks and spits, saying he's got a bad...

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