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

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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

Pfeni is working on a new idea for a book when Geoffrey comes in, excited after his conversation with Gorgeous's tour bus of women. He dances around, singing another American pop song, then suddenly sits, and tells Pfeni that after his conversation with the women he drove around London for hours, thinking about her, his future, and his passion, he realized two things. Firstly, that he's truly the happiest working in the theater. Secondly, that he's more interested in men than he is in women, specifically her. They reminisce about how passionate they were when they first met and how they instantly decided they were right for each other. Geoffrey comments that at the time he was frightened, and when Pfeni asks whether he's frightened now he tells her that she has no idea what it's like to not know who she is. He reminds...

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