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Harvey - Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3 Summary

This scene takes place at Chumley's Rest, a few minutes after the end of the last scene. There is a loud knocking at the front door and when Wilson answers it, he finds a much shaken Chumley. Wilson wonders how he got out there, since he was just in his office a few moments ago. Chumley reveals that he climbed out of his office window. Clearly terrified, he asks Wilson both not to leave him and to get Elwood out of there. Wilson is not sure which direction to follow, when there is a knock at the door and Judge Gaffney and Myrtle Mae enter.

Judge Gaffney asks to speak to Chumley in his office, but Chumley makes a big show of not wanting to go in there. They sit down where they are instead. The judge asks Chumley if he has ever considered that Harvey might...

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