Mulatto - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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The first scene of the second act begins at sunset on the same day as the first act. We hear Sam talking to himself, saying that he needs to tell Cora that the Colonel wants to see Bert at six o'clock. He exits to find her.

Cora and Bert enter. She informs him that the Colonel wants to talk to him at six, but since she was afraid he might be late, she had invited him to have dinner with her. He had dinner with William, he tells her. However, though he is on time, the Colonel is not. Cora takes the time to try one more time to convince Bert to treat Norwood with respect. She tells him again that she is scared for him, and that he should just agree with everything Norwood says. He reluctantly agrees, but he doesn't seem to mean...

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