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I'm Not Rappaport - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

Herb Gardner
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It is now five o'clock in the afternoon of the next day and Nat and Midge are dressed like gangsters as they wait for Cowboy to reappear. The plan is to pass off Laurie as Nat's daughter and surely Cowboy will have the good sense not to confront a gangster of Nat's caliber. When Cowboy arrives, Nat explains that Nat and Midge are part of the Los Angeles and New Orleans mob families known as "The Travel Agents" because they can arrange special one-way trips. Nat is prepared to send Cowboy on one of these trips if he does not stop bothering Laurie.

Suddenly Cowboy remembers having seen Nat and Midge in the park the day before, and the ruse is over. Cowboy threatens Nat physically if he does not reveal Laurie's location, but Nat will not give up any information. Cowboy begins...

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