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The Great White Hope Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Howard Sackler
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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Coached by Tick, Jack spars with a punching bag, steadied by a Mexican named Paco. Jack tires quickly and ends the session, arranging with Paco, who calls him "Campeon" (Champion), to be there early the following morning for their next session. Tick takes off Jack's gloves and rubs him down, chatting about the new White Hope. Jack tells him to be quiet, but then he asks how much money Tick thinks he could get if he sold his gloves.

Dogs bark offstage as Ellie enters, wearing sunglasses and carrying a tray of food. As Tick talks about how well Jack is doing, Jack asks Ellie whether there have been any cables for him or any money coming in. When Ellie says there haven't, Tick tries to reassure Jack that everything will be fine. Jack tells him again to be quiet and just rub...

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