Plenty - Act 2, Scene 9 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 9 Summary

We hear an excerpt from a radio interview in which Susan discusses her experiences during the war in France. The interviewer asks whether she thinks that her superiors behaved carelessly and without regard for the people on the ground, and she firmly says that wasn't the case at all. When the interviewer asks her whether she keeps in touch with other agents, she tells him that she doesn't - saying it's not a kind of club.

The scene moves to a diplomatic office. Susan meets with Charleson, the man who became Brock's superior after Darwin's death. In careful, diplomatic language, Susan explains that she's come to find out what Brock's prospects are for advancement, saying that he's moved upwards in the ranks more slowly than they were both led to believe. Charleson tells her, also in diplomatic language, that everybody in the service is perceived...

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