Shadowlands - Act 2, Scene 8 Summary & Analysis

William Nicholson
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Act 2, Scene 8 Summary

Scene 8 begins with Joy's return home from the hospital. Lewis and Warnie allow her to make herself at home there and try to make her comfortable. Douglas enters and sits down to a game of chess with Warnie. Joy works at a crossword puzzle as the three adults share a conversation of monologues much like the brothers' earlier dialogue. Joy calls Lewis on some of his outdated theories about education and they banter like a couple that has been married for years. It is at this point that Warnie brings up the lack of a honeymoon. They discuss the idea and decide upon a little hotel in Greece.

Lewis and Joy move across the screen and a waiter enters with their luggage indicating that they have traveled to Greece. They order drinks from the waiter and enjoy the feel of the sunshine on their faces...

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