The Caretaker and the Dumb Waiter; Two Plays - Study Guide The Caretaker, Act Two Summary & Analysis

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Mick learns that the intruder slept the night in Aston's apartment and that his name is Jenkins. Although Mick is restraining Davies, he engages in rather polite conversation. He tells Davies (aka Jenkins) that he looks just like his uncle's brother who loved eating all different sorts of nuts. The man carried a fiddle on his back like a papoose. He liked the girls and was thrown out of the Salvation Army. Eventually, the man married a Chinese woman and moved to Jamaica. Mick has a difficult time figuring out how the man became his uncle's brother. In fact, he has wondered if the man was actually his uncle and his uncle was really the brother.

Davies demands to know Mick's identity. Mick insists that he is the owner of the apartment building. Mick then tells Davies that he reminds him...

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