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

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Act 2, Scene 1, Part 1 Summary

Early the following morning, Geoffrey (in his underwear) and Pfeni (in a flannel night-gown) dance around Sara's sitting room singing old American pop songs. Geoffrey talks about how he loves American pop music and prefers it to Shakespeare, saying it's much less exclusive. He tells Pfeni how much he loves her, how much he believes in her and her work, and how much he looks forward to the few occasions when they can actually spend time together. He then refers to having had so many friends die unfulfilled. He says this made him realize how important it is for artists like the two of them to do the best work they can in order to bring light and life and understanding into the world. Pfeni tells him she loves him and wants to settle down with him.

Gorgeous comes downstairs, compares her legs...

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