Six Plays - The Little Foxes, Act 2 Summary & Analysis

Florence Henrietta Darwin
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The Little Foxes, Act 2 Summary

As Oscar and then Leo arrive for breakfast, conversation (first with Addie, then with Regina) reveals that Alexandra and Horace are late returning home. Conversation between Oscar and Leo reveals that Leo can gain access to the thousands of dollars in bonds that Horace keeps in his safe deposit box, and that Horace very rarely looks into it. Their conversation is interrupted by the arrivals of Ben and Regina, Ben worrying about Horace and Regina assuring everyone there's no reason to be concerned, leading them all into the dining room for breakfast.

A moment or two later, Alexandra and the very-ill Horace come in. As Addie fusses over them both, Alexandra plays nurse, telling Addie to be particularly careful with Horace's medicine. After Alexandra goes upstairs to clean herself up, Horace demands to see Regina, her brothers, and Leo. At first...

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