Sunrise at Campobello - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

Dore Schary
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Nearly two weeks have passed and FDR is about to be transported from Campobello to New York for more sophisticated medical treatment. The house is full of activity as the children run about in preparation for the boat trip back to the mainland. FDR's secretary, Missy Lehand, is also at the house.

Louie has devised a plan so the reporters will not see or snap any pictures of FDR being transported on a stretcher. Sara, Eleanor, and the children will be sent off on one boat in the hope that the press will follow them to the dock. In the meantime, FDR will be transported to another dock and seated on the train before the press catches on to the trick.

It has been determined that no announcement about the paralysis will be delivered to the press until FDR has received thorough examinations in New...

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