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Lost in Yonkers Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

This scene also begins with a voice-over, but this time it is Jay who is writing to his father about how much he and Arty miss him and want him to come back. Jay and Arty are concerned that Aunt Bella has been gone for two nights ever since the argument after dinner the other night. Their Aunt Gert emerges from Grandma Kurnitz's room and tells the boys that Bella has been staying with her.

Grandma Kurnitz comes into the room just as Bella walks in. Grandma tells her to leave, but she stays in the hopes of talking things over. The boys leave, and Bella confronts Grandma Kurnitz, who tries to impress on her daughter that her mind is like that of a child. Bella may not be able to change that, but she has the feelings of a woman and divulges the many...

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