The Homecoming - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 2 Summary

Max's third son, Teddy, arrives with his wife Ruth. Teddy finds that a lot of things haven't changed - the lock is the same, his room is still there, and his family is all still there. He offers Ruth food and something to drink but she just sits, saying she's very tired. He reassures her that meeting his family is going to be all right, talks about the surprise that his father is going to get in the morning, and refers to being born in the house. He suggests again that they go to bed, but she decides to go for a walk to get some air. He can't understand why but lets her go.

Lenny suddenly appears and greets his brother, telling him that there's something ticking that's keeping him awake. Teddy tells him it's probably a clock and that...

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