The Teahouse of the August Moon - Act 3, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 3 Summary

A few hours have passed, and Sakini is too heartsick by the sound of the destruction going on around him to address the audience. The teahouse is now just a frame, and Lotus Blossom is packing her belongings to be moved back home. Fisby arrives at the site of the teahouse, and Lotus Blossom invites him to an imaginary tea where the pair sits for one last time, pretending that they are enjoying tea together.

Sakini wants to know if Fisby will take Lotus Blossom back to America with him, but Fisby states that she would not be welcomed openly, especially in his hometown. People are ostracized there, if they're different. Still, Lotus Blossom wishes to marry Fisby. However, he cannot encourage her and tells her that he will never forget her. He says that every time he sees an August moon rising from the...

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