The Real Thing - Act 2, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 7 Summary

This scene is set in the living room where Act 1 Scene 2 is set. As Henry and Debbie discuss Debbie's smoking habit, Henry corrects Debbie's grammar. Charlotte is nearby, looking through some files and occasionally joining in the banter as Henry and Debbie discuss when and how Debbie lost her virginity. For a moment Charlotte goes off on a tangent as she gives up trying to figure out who played opposite her in a years-ago production of the same play in which Annie and Billy are appearing in Scotland. Henry tells Charlotte to concentrate, since they're meant to be discussing a family crisis - Debbie going traveling with a young man. Charlotte calmly goes off to have a bath, telling Debbie that if her young man comes she wants to talk to them before they leave.

Henry and Debbie make small talk about Annie being in...

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