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Six Plays Chapter Summary & Analysis - Days to Come, Act 3 Summary

Florence Henrietta Darwin
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Days to Come, Act 3 Summary

Early morning conversation between Andrew and Julie reveals that the gunfire and fighting went on through the night, that Whalen is in jail, and that the whole situation with the strike arose because Andrew's been borrowing large sums of money (from Ellicott, among others), simply to keep the business afloat. Julie confesses that she was with Whalen the night before, meaning that he couldn't have been the killer. Andrew telephones the judge and ask for Whalen to be released.

Firth comes in, carrying a gun and speaking in a tired, dazed manner of how betrayed (by Andrew) he feels, and how he and the other workers feel they can't go on fighting. Whalen comes in and reminds everyone that violence is often the result when strike breakers like Wilkie come into a town. As Firth leaves, he says things have changed...

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