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Plenty Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 2 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 2 Summary

In France in 1943 during World War II, a radio broadcast is heard, an English voice, speaking in French, is giving a coded message. As the broadcast finishes, Lazar appears, trying to disentangle himself from his parachute. A moment later, Susan runs on, takes out a revolver, and speaks to him in French. Lazar reveals himself to be British, and their conversation reveals they are both working for the Resistance, fighting to undermine the Nazi invasion, and that Susan is waiting for a shipment of supplies to be dropped. Lazar suggests that they avoid looking at each other so that they would not be able to identify one another if t captured. Susan agrees, saying that it's part of the rules.

Susan offers Lazar a bicycle and gives hints as to how he can survive in France. Lazar reveals that from the glimpse he caught of...

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