Shadowlands - Act 2, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

William Nicholson
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Act 2, Scene 6 Summary

Warnie and Harrington discuss their concern about Lewis' condition. Harrington is concerned about appearances and the fact that he expects her to die. Warnie informs him that she has taken a turn for the better. Riley enters and they discuss the power of prayer. Lewis enters and they all congratulate him on the good news.

Act 2, Scene 6 Analysis

In scene 6, Harrington and Riley react to the news of Joy's improving condition. They comment on how her recovery will effect Warnie's living arrangements in the household. Again, they are very callous in their handling of the matter, making a joke about calling her Mrs. Lewis.

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