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Plenty - Act 2, Scene 10 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 10 Summary

A few months later, the setting is the same room as the first scene of the play indicates that we're back where we began. Alice sits at a table stuffing envelopes, while Brock works on the accounts. They discuss how restless Susan is, how a friend of Alice's has had a sex change operation, and how her latest girlfriend has gone off to be with a fat, rich, conservative politician. Brock talks about having left his job, about how he and Susan are going to have to learn to get along without quite so much money, and how he thinks that living that way might do them some good. He adds that being in the civil service suited him, saying that all the hypocrisy involved in government made life simpler. He asks whether Alice was ever interested in a regular job, and she says that...

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