Plenty - Act 2, Scene 11 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 11 Summary

A few months later, Susan lays on a bed with Lazar, the man with whom she had her key romantic encounter in France. They make small talk including references to the filthiness of the room, and then Lazar comments on how glad he is that Susan met him. He explains that he heard her on a radio broadcast and tracked her down through the broadcaster. Susan warns him that sometimes she loses control, saying that she married her husband because she shot a man once and her husband got her out of her arrest. Lazar asks whether she ever sees him, and she says she's stripped away everything she ever was, adding that the only real dignity in life is in living single and alone. She hopes there's someone out there who has lived in the way she has.

Lazar asks whether she remembers what...

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