Lost in Yonkers - Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Summary

At the beginning of Act 2, Arty is sick in bed. Jay comes upstairs with a bowl of mustard soup from Grandma. They discuss how the two men with the black car have come around more frequently, and then Grandma comes upstairs. She yells at Jay for taking too long and tells him to go back downstairs. She wants him to watch a couple of customers to make sure they don’t steal anything. After Jay leaves, Grandma forces Arty to drink her soup. He begins to yell at her, saying she is an evil, mean-spirited person who only wants to make others feel bad. However, she tells Arty that it doesn’t matter what he thinks of her. The most important thing is that he lives and is healthy. Nothing else matters.

After Grandma leaves, Louie enters and begins telling his nephew about growing up with Grandma...

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