The Sound of a Voice - Study Guide Scenes 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 3 - The Man has taken off his shirt and is chopping wood. The Woman comes out and thanks him for chopping so much, but the Man says it's a beautiful day in a beautiful setting and that any man could do a lot in such a situation. He then notices that the Woman is staring at his belly, and he makes jokes about its size. The Woman says he shouldn't make jokes, saying that she thinks he looks strong. He tries to go back to chopping wood, but the Woman says there's nothing left for him to chop. She makes him sit down beside her, saying that he should learn to love his belly. He makes more jokes, and then she reaches across and puts her hand on it.

Scene 4 - That night, the Man is asleep. The shakuhatchi plays. The Man gets up...

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