The Iceman Cometh - Study Guide Act 1, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Conversation between Parritt and Larry reveals that Hickey is a friend of Harry's, who comes into the bar twice a year, the same time every year, and treats the regulars to as many drinks as they want. Larry refers to the bar as, among other things, "The End Of The Line Cafy." He says that there's no farther that any of the regulars can go, but also says that they all still have a few pipe dreams left. Parritt asks what Larry's are, and Larry says he's the exception and has none. Parritt talks about how glad he is to have found Larry, saying he was the only friend of his mother's from the Movement he could relate to and adding that there were times he felt Larry had taken the place of his absent father. Parritt and Larry discuss how the police...

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