Lost in Yonkers - Study Guide Act 1, Scenes 2-3 Summary & Analysis

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The next scene begins with Jay reading a letter from his father aloud to Arty late at night. He bemoans that they are so poor, and he wants to figure out a way to help Eddie make money. At that moment, Bella walks into the apartment. Grandma appears and interrogates Bella about where she has been. Bella says she went to the movies. She also bought a magazine. Grandma is upset Bella was doing “adult” activities, so she forces Bella to give her the magazine. Bella runs into her room, visibly upset. Grandma turns to the boys and demands for them to turn off their light and stop wasting electricity.

Weeks later, Jay and Arty have the apartment to themselves. They both notice a black car circling the house. They mention the two men driving are the same men who came asking for their Uncle Louie...

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