The Heidi Chronicles - Act 2, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

In 1989, Heidi has just taken a new apartment. She is dating an editor who she likes very much, but they are not serious yet. She sits in a rocker, which is the only piece of furniture in the room, proofing her latest book galley.

Scoop comes by to ask Heidi if she is happy, and to tell her that he sold Boomer magazine two hours ago. He has decided to do something more with his life than influence Baby Boomer fashions. He is going into politics. Scoop says he was inspired to follow this dream, when he heard that Heidi had adopted a daughter. He has decided that if Heidi can have everything she wants out of life, maybe he can, too, even if it means taking the risk of being seriously committed to something. After seeing the baby, Scoop leaves to go watch his...

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