Millennium Approaches - Act 3, Not-Yet-Conscious, Forward Dawning, Scenes 3-4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Not-Yet-Conscious, Forward Dawning, Scenes 3-4 Summary

Scene 3, on the same day, finds Harper in a cold, white place, in the snow. The snow feels good, and she is breathing ozone in the air. Mr. Lies tells her that she's in Antarctica. Harper realizes that she's left reality and is in a dream world. She wants to stay there forever and build her own world. Harper wonders who she can have as a companion, but Mr. Lies begs off because it's against his Travel Agent code. Harper says that maybe she'll find an Eskimo to be with her, but Mr. Lies tells her there are no Eskimos in Antarctica. Harper says that in the imaginary world, anything she makes up is true, even being pregnant. An Eskimo appears, and Mr. Lies believes that something is very wrong, as Harper dreams...

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