The Kentucky Cycle - Study Guide Play Seven, Fire in the Hole, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

Robert Schenkkan
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Scene 12 blends with the previous scene, and Andrew comes in to talk to Tommy. When Tommy says he wants his job back and wants his family to be safe, Andrew tells him it's too late because he's bringing in the Army. Tommy offers to give Andrew names of the union organizers if Andrew keeps the Army out. Andrew gives him his word, and Tommy tells him about Abe and Cassius and that the guns will be handed over the following evening. Andrew leaves and Tommy is left alone. The scene changes to the next evening as Abe and Cassius join Tommy.

Cassius tells the others to follow his lead, and he whistles into the woods. Someone Cassius was not expecting jumps out. Cassius suspects a trap. Abe says go ahead, and the man pulls out...

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