Strange Interlude - Part 2, Act 6 Summary & Analysis

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Part 2, Act 6 Summary

This scene takes place in the same room, now warmly redecorated, a little over a year later. Nina sits knitting as Marsden, visibly aged and worn down by grief, looks through a book and glances at both her and Evans, who now seems happier and physically more solid than he was previously. Nina's thoughts reveal that her baby's been born, that she's named him Gordon, and that he reminds her of the other Gordon even though everybody says he reminds them of Evans, whom she refers to as a wonderful father. Her thoughts also reveal that she hasn't heard from Darrell but forgives him, that she's written to Evans' mother telling her how happy they are, and that she feels good about her life. Marsden's thoughts refer to his curiosity about why Darrell left, to how they ran into each other in Germany, and to...

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