Spike Heels - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

Theresa Rebeck
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The classical music is darker in the opening of the second scene, which again takes place in Andrew's apartment. He sits with a bottle of scotch in front of him. There is a knock at the door, and Andrew opens it to find Edward. Edward announces that he is in the building to take Georgie out to dinner. He calls her to tell her to meet him downstairs at Andrew's apartment. Edward fixes himself a scotch as he recalls his day. Suddenly Andrew threatens to kill him if he goes near Georgie.

Edward is taken aback by Andrew's sudden threat. They argue over whether or not Edward threatened Georgie. Edward explains that he simply came on to Georgie, and when she refused he got angry. Andrew presses him, asking if he threatened her by saying that he "could just rape her." Edward admits he may...

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