The Rez Sisters - Act 2, Scene 5 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 5 Summary

In a van driven by Annie Cook on the way to Toronto, Veronique dozes as the other women chat amongst themselves. Marie-Adele tells Annie to slow down, and then wonders if she thinks about ever getting married again. This leads them to discuss Eugene, who chose Marie-Adele over Annie nineteen years ago. Marie-Adele is concerned that once she's dead, Annie will move back in with Eugene, she'll start drinking again, and Eugene and Marie-Adele's kids will be taken away. She promises if that happens to come back and haunt Annie for the rest of her life. Annie becomes angry and swears that she has no interest in Eugene. Her anger gets the better of her and the van swerves, causing Emily to wake up and swear at her.

In the back seat Philomena reminds Pelajia that the day of the bingo...

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