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Men in White - Act 3 Summary & Analysis

Sidney Kingsley
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Act 3 Summary

This scene is set in Ferguson's room, the same setting as the final scene in Act 1 in which Ferguson and Barbara first kissed. Ferguson sits alone in the dark and doesn't respond when there's a knock on the door. Hochberg comes in and bids George good morning opening the curtains to reveal a bright beautiful day. Their conversation reveals that that Barbara's temperature is better, that Ferguson stayed with her all night, and that the D'Andrea boy is doing much better. Ferguson tells Hochberg there's something he has to tell him and when Hochberg says he already knows Ferguson suggests he must think pretty badly of him adding that he wouldn't have let Barbara do what he did if he'd known about her condition. Hochberg tries to reassure him saying that Barbara did what she did of her own free will but Ferguson pays no attention talking...

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