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Plenty Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 1 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 1 Summary

In England in 1962, Brock lies naked and sleeping in bed while Susan takes a break from packing; she rolls a cigarette, and smokes it. Alice comes in bringing. A take -out meal - shakes the rain off her, and complains about the misery of living in England. She makes a comment about the blood on Brock's face and on the comical nature of his penis, but then asks whether he's all right. Susan says he's just medicated and drunk. Alice reminds her that the two of them had a fight, but Susan says it was only a short one.

As Alice begins to eat, she offers food to Susan, saying that she must be hungry since she's been packing all night - but Susan refuses it. Susan offers Alice some tips on how to function in the apartment, things like how to deal with the...

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