Miss Lulu Bett - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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A week later in the Deacon dining room, Di sits on a windowsill talking to Bobby, who waits outside. The entrance of Lulu and Monona ends the conversation between Bobby and Di. Di leaves the dining room in a huff. Lulu is intrigued by Monona's comment that Ninian has been talking about Lulu. Ninian enters the room and flirts openly with Lulu, who is unaccustomed to the attention.

Ninian validates how poorly Lulu is treated in the Deacon household and tells Lulu that she should get a life of her own. Lulu would like to get an education or maybe even a job where people would appreciate her. Lulu feels that she is beyond the marrying age, but Ninian fervently disagrees and ultimately asks Lulu to dinner and the theater in town tonight. Lulu hesitantly accepts, and Dwight and Ina, who have also been invited...

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