The Rose Tattoo - Act 1, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 6 Summary

The cottage is dark now except for the candle at the Madonna's feet. Serafina is there but cannot be seen, only heard. She is asking the Lady to give her a sign. Suddenly, there are noises from outside; Rosa has come home and is making plans to go on a picnic with her friends. She is with Jack and they enter the house thinking that Serafina must have gone out.

Rosa tells him that she wants to tell him an Italian word… bacio. He does not know what it means and she informs him with kisses until he pulls away from her. She is amazed at what the last week has brought… she did not know the thrill of boys just a few days ago. She reminds him of what he said to her on the dance floor the night they...

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