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

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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

Another voice-over starts this scene with the letter from Eddie, which includes some money for food and medicine for the boys. The boys have settled into the household by this time and are clearing dinner dishes and setting up chairs for a family meeting. Louie is anxious to leave, but Bella is adamant that he stay to hear what she wants to say. Completely unsure of herself, Bella fumbles and Jay helps her convey to the others that she is going to marry Johnny. The family members don't understand, and Louie loudly expresses his opinion about the man's real intentions toward Bella.

Bella is undeterred by their protests and insists that she wants to be a wife and mother and that her children will be happier than Bella and her siblings ever were. Gert, Bella's sister, is mildly consoling, but Grandma Kurnitz cannot listen to...

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