Millennium Approaches - Act 3, Not-Yet-Conscious, Forward Dawning, Scenes 5-7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Not-Yet-Conscious, Forward Dawning, Scenes 5-7 Summary

As Scene 5 begins, Roy and Joe are in Roy's study. Although Roy is ill, he's trying to appear well. Joe turns down the job finally, explaining that his wife is missing, his mother's arriving, and Joe's been in the hospital with a bleeding ulcer. Roy yells and swears at him, calling him a pretty young punk who's being left behind. Joe says that as much as he loves Roy, there are rules he can't break.

Roy tells Joe that the thing he is most proud of is getting Ethel Rosenberg killed, a communist executed for espionage. Roy brags of harassing the judge into handing down a death sentence. Joe is horrified at Roy's illegal and unethical conduct, which might even be considered murder. Roy denies that he's dying and after asking for Joe's...

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