Sticks and Bones - Act 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 Summary

Father Donald has arrived to speak to David about his emotional and spiritual distress, but David hits the priest with his cane and orders him out of his room. Blessing him anyway, Father Donald retreats from the room, not returning despite Harriet's later pleas.

Ozzie's patience with David has reached a point of no return after he discovers razor blades sewn into David's cap. Living with someone who has killed people has unnerved the couple and they discuss the need to have his room searched for more weapons. Ozzie admits to Harriet that he had anonymously called the police about the potential threat that David poses and leaves Harriet with the problem.

The stage goes to black. When the lights come back up, Ozzie has returned in an exhilarated mood, having been hit by an egg thrown from a car window. The indignity of the act pales...

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