The Little Foxes - Study Guide Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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It has been two weeks since Horace returned home. He is sitting in a wheelchair, staring out the window and listening to Alexandra and Birdie play the piano. A safe deposit box and some medicine are on a table near Horace. Birdie is reminiscing about how Horace was so nice to her when she first came into the family. She says he was the only one who would play the piano with her. Addie has served them little cakes and elderberry wine, and the mood is almost festive.

Horace tells Cal to take the safe deposit box back to the bank and to tell Mr. Manders, in front of everybody in the back room, thank you for bringing it and could he please come over after supper and bring Mr. Sol Fowler, his attorney. Cal doesn't understand why he has to say something that doesn't make any...

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