Sergeant Musgrave's Dance - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 3, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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One part of the stage is divided into areas representing the stables where Attercliffe, Sparky and Hurst are to sleep. Another part of the stage represents Musgrave's bedroom. Musgrave sits on the edge of his bed and reads as Sparky and Hitch undress and prepare to sleep. They comment on how there's a light on in Musgrave's room, which means he's still awake. Hurst has Annie coming to visit him, and it will be hard for Sparky to listen to the two of them going at it. As Sparky sings a song about having an affair with a woman and her husband discovering them, Annie appears and goes to Hurst. Meanwhile, Musgrave blows out his candle and goes to sleep.

Annie tells Hurst she's there so they'll both be warm through the night. Hurst asks what about the morning, and she says they're...

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