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Reunion Chapter Summary & Analysis - Scene 12 Summary

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Scene 12 Summary

Bernie comes right out and asks Carol why she came looking for him. After a very brief discussion that refers back to Gerry's having tracked Bernie down through AA, Carol admits that she was lonely, and that Bernie's her father.

Scene 12 Analysis

The truth at the core of Carol's character and her visit appears in this scene. The juxtaposition of her comments that she's lonely and that Bernie's her father indicates that she wasn't just lonely; she was lonely for him, a possibility confirmed by her comments in the following scene. Even though her earlier comment that Bernie is wasting his self at the restaurant suggests that she was lonely for the idea of a father more than actually for Bernie, and it's clear that she's beginning to accept him for who he is and take comfort from that, instead of becoming disappointed that her fantasy father...

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