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Street Scene Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3 Summary

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Act 3 Summary

It is mid-afternoon, the same day. Furniture movers are off at the left finishing up collecting Mrs. Hildebrand's belongings. A policeman exits the building carrying bloody garments. Two nursemaids each pushing carriages stop in front of the building. They are gossiping about the recent murder. One of them refers to a fresh copy of a tabloid that described the event in detail. A policeman appears at the Maurrant's broken window, telling the two women to keep moving. They ask if they may come up and look around but the idea is not warmly received. The nurses move on.

Mr. Easter arrives with several newspapers tucked under his arm. He yells up to the policeman, asking if he knows the whereabouts of Miss Maurrant. The police officer has not seen her since this morning when they carried her mother from the building. He asks the policeman if they...

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