Shadowlands - Act 1, Scene 7 Summary & Analysis

William Nicholson
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Act 1, Scene 7 Summary

Scene 7 begins in the study, where Lewis and Warnie are once again enjoying their breakfast. Warnie points out that Lewis misses the American woman, and though reluctant, he does admit certain tenderness. Riley enters making a quip about not wanting to run into Joy. Lewis reminds him that she returned to New York weeks ago. Riley advises him of the gossip that has spread. Lewis, irritated that adults never seem to be allowed friendships with those of the opposite sex, changes the subject betraying his melancholy. Riley follows Warnie out, reminding Lewis that spring is on its way.

Trying to focus on his work, Lewis is startled by the sensation that someone is in the room with him. He is shocked to see Joy and even more surprised to learn that she and Douglas have moved to Oxford. Joy seems a bit cautious to relate...

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