Play with a Tiger - Study Guide Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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Anna and Dave are still in Anna's room, and Anna is sad because she thought for a moment that she and Dave had a future. The relationship is over, though, a fact which she states repeatedly in spite of Dave's insistence to the contrary. Dave feels that Anna can commit to no other person other than her son, and Anna is hurt by the comment. At least her child provides a sense of future, while Dave cannot.

Mary and Harry are heard returning, and their voices sound drunken. Mary is happily anticipating that Harry will spend the night. Harry enters Anna's room, and Anna encourages him to go home to Helen. Harry is tired of going home to a home where there is no love.

The telephone interrupts their conversation, and Harry, convinced that it is Tom calling, yells into the receiver that Anna will never marry...

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