Six Plays - The Little Foxes, Act 3 Summary & Analysis

Florence Henrietta Darwin
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The Little Foxes, Act 3 Summary

Horace tells Cal to go down to the bank and make a statement about the bonds and his lawyer in front of Leo. As Cal goes, Horace tells Addie that after he dies, she is to take the envelope of cash in his room and leave with Alexandra. After initially resisting, Addie promises. Cal comes back and tells Horace that when he went and said what Horace told him, Leo got angry and excited, but was forced to stay at the bank by the manager. At that moment, voices are heard from outside, and Horace sends Cal and Addie away.

Regina comes in, and Horace tells her he knows that Leo took the bonds and gave them to Ben and Oscar, revealing his plan to ensure that Regina gets no money after he dies. Regina taunts him and he becomes upset...

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