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Six Plays Chapter Summary & Analysis - Days to Come, Act 2 Summary

Florence Henrietta Darwin
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Days to Come, Act 2 Summary

Scene 1 - This scene takes place four weeks after the action of the previous scene, meaning that the strike has been on for seven weeks. Easter becomes increasingly angry as Mossie repeatedly wins at two-handed poker. Meanwhile conversation with Wilkie reveals their efforts to make trouble in the strike have all failed. Later, after Hannah has revealed that she's been smuggling food to the starving strikers, Cora tries to start an argument between Andrew and Julie, but Andrew tells her to stop.

After Cora has gone, Andrew confesses to Julie that he longs for things to be as they were between them. Julie tells him she can't be what he wants her to be, and goes for another walk. After she's gone, a confrontation between Mossie and Easter results in Mossie's death when Easter throws a knife into his chest. Wilkie...

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