The Iceman Cometh - Study Guide Act 3, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Rocky and Joe work behind the bar. The only regulars present are Larry and Parritt, who sit some distance apart from each other. Rocky complains about how Chuck talked into working for him, about how Hickey kept talking about peace all night and has continued into the morning, and mocks Larry for being scared of him. Parritt joins in the mockery and Rocky threatens to throw him out, but Larry says he doesn't mind.

As Rocky collapses into sleep, Parritt speaks at length to Larry about how he feels connected to Hickey even more, since Hickey revealed his wife's death. He adds that he feels as though his mother is dead. He Hh1hE He confesses to thinking sometimes that Larry is his father, but then admits that he realizes Larry knew his mother only after he was born. He then says his mother might...

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