The Piano Lesson - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Late that night, Boy Willie comes in with a young woman named Grace. He tries to get her to make love with him on the couch, but she wants to be on a bed. Finally she gives in, and they start kissing and taking off each other's clothes. They accidentally knock over a lamp, and Berniece comes downstairs to see what's going on. Boy Willie tells her to go back up to bed, but she sees what's happening with Grace and tells them they have to leave. Boy Willie tries to talk his way into staying but Berniece insists and Grace agrees with her, saying they can go back to her place. Boy Willie and Grace go out, and Berniece puts on the kettle for tea.

Lymon comes in and asks where Boy Willie is. Berniece tells him what just happened, and Lymon says that...

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