Reunion Summary & Study Guide

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Scene 1

As the play opens, Carol has just arrived at Bernie's apartment on a Sunday afternoon in early March. Bernie comments, "This is a very important moment." He's relieved that she calls him Bernie, rather than "Dad." He explains that he has quit drinking and has been doing better lately than he had been in the past.

Scene 3

Carol sees a picture of Bernie with a group of Army Air Corps bombers and asks him about his military duty in World War II. He explains that he was a tail gunner in a B-17. Carol tells Bernie she wants to know more about him. He describes himself as: "Fifty-three years old. Ex-alcoholic. Exthis. Ex-that. Democrat." Bernie asks Carol a little about her husband Gerry, and her marriage. Bernie explains to Carol that he had wanted to see her again after he and her mother were separated, but that...

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