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Street Scene - Study Guide Act 2 Summary & Analysis

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Dawn the net morning. Mrs. Jones is making his way home from the bar, noticeably drunk. He passes Dr. Wilson, who is just leaving, on the stoop. May and Dick appear. She refuses to give him a goodnight kiss, explaining that he has already had enough. He leaves and she enters the building. Through the windows the audience can see people waking, moving about their apartments. Sam exits the building to read on the stoop. Children exit to play. The neighbors are beginning their day. Sam goes inside to eat breakfast at his sister's insistence. Mr. Buchanan tells Mrs. Fiorentino, who is at her window, that his wife had a girl last night. Rose exits looking for Sam. Lippo and she exchange greetings. Talk turns to the weather. Lippo tells Rose that the high temperature is reminiscent of the weather in Italy where he grew up. He...

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