The Philadelphia Story - Study Guide Act 1 Part 3 Summary & Analysis

Philip Barry
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As Mike and Liz come in, they comment on all the rooms they had to go through to get to this one. Sandy greets them, commenting on Mike's hostile attitude and saying that once he gets to know the family he might actually find out they're decent people. Mike says that he opposes everything the Lords stand for. As Liz looks at wedding presents and comments ironically on the conversation, Mike asks whether the story of George's journey from being a miner to a manager is true. He also asks how George and Tracy met and about George's family background. As Sandy is leaving for the library so he can get a copy of George's family tree, Liz asks whether the rest of the family knows why she and Mike are there. Sandy says they don't, adding that it's much more pleasant that way.

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