Reunion - Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 7 Summary

Carol and Bernie both admit they were nervous about seeing each other with Bernie saying he imagined some kind of intense drama. He asks Carol where she works, and she explains that she works in Gerry's office doing a lot of different things. Bernie says it's fine as long as she likes what she's doing, and when Carol hesitates about agreeing, Bernie suggests she quit. Carol admits that her unhappiness comes from another source, saying that Gerry isn't a good lover. Bernie tells her to not let it get her down, Carol angrily asks what he knows about it, and Bernie says that as a man of the world being a bad lover doesn't really mean anything, particularly if Carol knows Gerry truly cares for her. He asks if she agrees, and she doesn't respond.

Scene 7 Analysis

It seems that on some level Bernie is getting to...

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