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The Real Thing Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 3 Summary

Stage directions indicate that the setting is similar to that of Act 1 Scene 1, down to Max sitting at a coffee table, and Annie coming in from outside (the same way Charlotte did). Their conversation takes place against the background of Henry's appearance on Desert Island Discs, which Annie tries to listen to but which Max repeatedly turns down. Max confronts Annie with a bloody handkerchief, which he says is Henry's, telling Annie when Annie tells Max to give it back that Max already did give it back (as seen in Act 1 Scene 2) and that Max found it in Annie's car. He calls her names and starts to weep, asking whether she's having an affair. Annie confesses that she is, adding that she loves Henry and that Henry loves her, too. Max kicks the radio, which is still broadcasting Henry's program, across the room. He violently...

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