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The Sisters Rosensweig Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Scene 2, Part 1 Summary

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Act 1, Scene 2, Part 1 Summary

Later that same afternoon, Pfeni and Geoffrey come in from the downstairs apartment in the middle of a relatively light-hearted argument about their future. Pfeni tells Geoffrey that Sara thinks they should break up, but Geoffrey tells her that she always says that whenever she talks to her sister. When Pfeni quotes from the Chekhov play Three Sisters, Geoffrey, who's a theater director, reminds her that if it wasn't for him she wouldn't know anything about the theater or art at all. He tries to convince her that he's happy with her. Their argument reveals that Geoffrey is bisexual, that just before he met Pfeni he broke up with his live-in boyfriend, and that he and Pfeni spend a lot of time apart. This, according to Geoffrey, is the main reason their relationship is perfect. He calls her gorgeous, but she says her...

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