Shadowlands - Act 2, Scene 9 Summary & Analysis

William Nicholson
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Act 2, Scene 9 Summary

The dialogue of scene 9 takes place as the lighting changes rapidly to indicate time passing. Joy and Lewis speak slowly, reflectively. They talk about how well they have come to know each other and how they want to remain oblivious to the passage of time.

Douglas enters. Joy is asleep. Lewis informs him that she is again very sick. Douglas asks him if she is going to die. Lewis does not know how to answer. The boy asks if he can do something. Lewis tells him that there is not. Douglas accepts this answer and leaves.

Lewis pulls his chair up to Joy's bedside. She wakes and tells him to go to bed. She asks him if it has been worth it, to have three years of happiness and now lose her. She tells him that she first fell in love with him through his...

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