The Secret Rapture - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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This scene is set in Tom's office, which is bright and airy compared to the other indoor settings of the play. Tom is at his desk as Marion joins him, explaining that she cannot see the problem. Tom says he cannot help it; he is still worried. Marion reassures him by saying "it's simply an administrative decision."

Irwin appears, in better clothes and seeming more confident. When Marion asks where Isobel is, Irwin says he does not know, and suggests that they might as well begin the meeting, as Isobel "isn't around much." He goes on to say that he has been running the business mostly by himself. Marion admits that there had been rumors that Irwin and Isobel had split up, and calls Isobel "stupid." Tom suggests that it should not affect the running of the firm, but...

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