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Men in White Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

Sidney Kingsley
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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

In the corridor outside Barbara's hospital room Ferguson discusses her condition with Mary the senior nurse seen earlier. Mary tells him that before she lapsed into unconsciousness Barbara asked for him. As he's about to go into the room Mary says Hochberg is in there and if he goes in Barbara might start talking again. This clearly means that Mary knows that Barbara had an abortion and that Ferguson was the father of her baby. Ferguson asks why this is happening to him and why Barbara couldn't just keep away from him. Mary says she saw how Barbara felt about him and tried to keep her away but Barbara wouldn't listen. Ferguson says she should have told him what was happening and then asks why Mary didn't tell him either. Mary says she didn't know until Barbara came in the previous night. Ferguson says if...

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