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The Philadelphia Story Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3 Part 2 Summary

Philip Barry
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Act 3 Part 2 Summary

Dexter comes in with a drink he says is guaranteed to make Tracy feel better. Mike goes out to get one for himself. Tracy has some of the drink and then calls George. She tells him to come right over, agreeing to read the note he sent over earlier. She tells a servant to bring the note and then thanks Dexter for trying to help her through the morning. Dexter asks her what she thought of his wedding present. She says she thought it was sweet, and they talk for a while about the True Love. The boat was yare, but Tracy wasn't. Dexter says he's planning to sell it to someone that Tracy can't stand, and he adds that he's planning to build a new boat and call it the True Love II. Tracy says that in memory of the night before he should...

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