The Homecoming - Act 2, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

Teddy sits alone, his coat on and the suitcases nearby. Sam joins him and asks what he thought about MacGregor. When Teddy says he liked MacGregor, Sam then tells him that Teddy had been his mother's favorite and hints that he should stay for a couple more weeks.

Lenny appears and mocks Teddy for still being there, saying he'll be late for a seminar. He then asks where the sandwich he made has gone, and Teddy says he took it. Sam disappears. Lenny and Teddy confront each other, and Lenny has a long speech in which he says that the family looks up to Teddy, his having lived in America and in comfort, and that something like the deliberate theft of something as petty as a sandwich is a real let down. He suggests that the family has come to expect...

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