Millennium Approaches - Act 2, In Vitro, Scenes 1-3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, In Vitro, Scenes 1-3 Summary

Act 2 begins in the end of December, when Prior is much more ill. He's burning up with a fever, and his legs hurt so bad he can't walk. He has bloody diarrhea, too, but still he begs Louis not to bring him to the hospital.

Scene 2 is on the same night, and Harper is at home alone in the dark when Joe arrives. She is afraid, imagining someone in the bedroom, with a knife. She asks Joe what he prays for, and he says that he prays to be crushed. He remembers seeing a picture of Jacob fighting a beautiful angel, a fight that no human could possibly win. Harper says that Joe is the only person she's ever loved, and Joe asks if she's really pregnant. Harper says that she's missed her period. She...

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