Reunion - Study Guide Scene 5 Summary & Analysis

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Bernie talks about how he's a happy man with a good job, good friends, and the ability to go for long walks without needing to bum money for drinks or look for someone to help him "get laid." After apologizing for speaking crudely, he explains that he views people who talk about living in the country and getting back to nature as doing the same kind of things he did when he was younger, things like drinking and getting into debt and being a lousy human being. He describes them all as ways of "getting around," talks about how Carol's lucky with all the possibilities in her life, and says that she should focus on those and not on all the other more negative stuff the way he did for so long. He becomes insistent as he tells her she's got to take...

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