The Sound of a Voice - Scenes 5, 6, and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Scenes 5, 6, and 7 Summary

Scene 5 - The next morning, the Woman is scrubbing her floor as the Man comes in. He tells her he heard her playing in the night, saying that she should play more loudly and with confidence since her music is so beautiful. He also says she should play for him someday, but she says she thinks he wouldn't like her playing, being from the city. He says he's a fool about music, saying that he'd be unable to answer any question she asks.

The Woman changes the subject, pointing out the stain on her floor she's been trying to get rid of as long as she's lived there. The Man bends down and scrubs hard. He gets rid of the stain and then excitedly congratulates himself. He says he didn't think he could do it and embraces the Woman. After a pause, the Woman asks...

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