The Ruling Class - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

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Two police officers, Brockett and Fraser, go over the notes of their investigation as they wait for the family to return from Claire's funeral. The Bishop, Sir Charles and Dinsdale come in, talking about how terrible a thing this is to happen. Grace comes in just as Brockett is asking Sir Charles about where Tucker was standing when they discovered Claire's body. Grace shows him, and Dinsdale comments that Tucker was drunk. Sir Charles says that Tucker should have been dismissed years ago and wonders if the police have had a word with Jack. Grace warns him to be quiet and then suddenly announces that she and Sir Charles were lovers. Sir Charles tells her she'll never be a true Gurney, and Grace says she'd rather be dead. Brockett asks whether Jack knows about the relationship, and Grace says he doesn't, adding that nobody had...

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