How Should a Person Be? - Act Three, Chapter 14, Sheila Wanders in the Copy Shop – Act Three, Chapter 27, What is Freedom? Summary & Analysis

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Act Three, Chapter 14, Sheila Wanders in the Copy Shop – Sheila goes out for paper, a pen, and stamps. In a copy shop, she meets a Jew named Solomon. They have a doctrinal discussion about how Jews are always Jews no matter what, even if they convert. Solomon thinks the Jews would never have ended up in their current situation, cast around the world, if they had written a constitution and adhered to it. As Sheila leaves, she realizes Solomon is just another rman who wants to teach her something.

Act Three, Chapter 15, What is Empathy? – Sheila rushes to a restaurant to carry out the task assigned to her by Israel. The letter writing comes easily and annoys Sheila because it has been so hard to write her play. She realizes...

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