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The Shrike Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Joseph Kramm
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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

Three days pass and Ann arrives on visiting day with her brother, Tom, who wants to know Jim's intentions toward Ann. Jim tells Ann and Tom that he loves Ann and wants to return to their marriage but Tom impresses on Jim the fact that some other people in the family do not necessarily think that a reconciliation between Ann and Jim is the best solution.

Jim contends that he does love Ann, and Tom makes Jim agree to go with him to tell Charlotte that he can no longer see her. Jim agrees to the terms, embraces Ann, and returns to the ward.

Ann meets briefly with Dr. Bellman and assures him that Jim has changed and is ready to be released. Dr. Bellman will speak to Jim tomorrow and may release him then.

Act 3, Scene 3 Analysis

The symbolic shrikes, Ann and Tom, have...

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