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The Kentucky Cycle Chapter Summary & Analysis - Play Seven, Fire in the Hole, Part 2 Summary

Robert Schenkkan
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Play Seven, Fire in the Hole, Part 2 Summary

In Scene 4, a crowd of miners cheers as Tommy beats another miner in an informal boxing match. Abe buys Tommy a beer, tells Tommy he's heard nothing but good things about him and says that Tommy is fighting the wrong people. Before Abe can go any further, Tommy leaves.

In Scene 5, Abe mends his pants as Mary Anne comes from the garden and Joshua, now healthier, comes out of the house. Mary Anne tells Joshua he can stay out for a little while and then gets him a glass of water, which Joshua says tastes funny. Mary Anne tells Joshua to drink it if he wants to get better, then asks Abe about Mother Jones. Abe starts to tell a story about her, but as soon as Joshua shows an interest, Mary Anne shoos Joshua...

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