Reunion - Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 2 Summary

Bernie comments on how good it is to see Carol, and Carol says his apartment's very nice. Bernie talks about how it was mostly decorated by his friend, Leslie, and that he's lived there a couple of years. Carol talks about her home with Gerry, saying that it gets cramped when Gerry's kids come to visit. She says she and Gerry are talking about buying a house together. She says again that Bernie's place is nice. Bernie seems to not know what to say next.

Scene 2 Analysis

The second important thing to note about this play is the brevity of many of its scenes, which represents awkward stops and starts in what must be a difficult conversation. There is no indication in the text of how the scenes are to be broken up, whether there is a blackout between scenes, a dimming of lights, or an extended...

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