Necessary Targets - Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

Eve Ensler
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Scene 2 Summary

This scene is set in a "barracks-like" room in the Bosnian refugee camp. Melissa unpacks as J.S. complains about the filthy, unpleasant location, protesting that she's older, that she has a right to her little comforts, and that to live in such discomfort will make her do her job badly. Melissa tells her the Bosnian refugee women are more likely to open up to her if they see her living in the same conditions as they are. J.S. responds by suggesting that it's all a charade, since everyone knows she and Melissa can leave any time they want. Melissa suggests that J.S. should just go, and J.S. starts to but then comes back and starts to unpack. Melissa comments with amused disbelief on how comfortable her socks seem to be. J.S. asks whether Melissa has an issue with comfort. Melissa...

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