The Memorandum - Act 2, Scene 9, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 9, Part 2 Summary

Gross and George enter. George angrily goes back behind the wall to resume his job as Staff Watcher, and a moment later he throws Gross' fire extinguisher out at him. Maria returns, and Gross explains he's been made Ballas' deputy. Maria congratulates him, and Gross says he'd have preferred to remain Staff Watcher. They talk about how in that job, he'd have to worry less about the other bureaucrats. Gross invites her to visit him in his office someday and starts to leave, but Maria calls to him to wait, asking whether anyone has translated his memorandum. Gross says that nobody has, adding that he expects the worst because of what happened with the rubber stamp. Maria tells him that if he wants to prove his innocence, he has to fight to do it, saying that truth will always win out as long...

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