Sunrise at Campobello - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

Dore Schary
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This scene opens with FDR arm wrestling with two of his sons and it's apparent that his upper body strength has not been diminished in any way. Missy's interruption with the mail brings yet another framed copy of the poem Invictus, FDR's favorite. He studies it for a moment and asks that it be hung in his bedroom. Much of his correspondence these days is with other polio victims and he is pleased to see some letters in the stack Missy has left.

Back from the latest political speech, Louie updates Franklin on Eleanor's progress and the positive outpouring of support. Franklin is encouraged that his political career will stay afloat as long as he has Eleanor and Louie on his side.

Once again, FDR shares some intimate thoughts with Eleanor about his future. Patience is something he had always lacked, but he has learned...

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