The Humans - Part 4, p. 75 – 98 Summary & Analysis

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In the aftermath of the thump, Brigid and Richard debate whether to go upstairs and talk to the neighbor (a Chinese woman) they think is making the noise. Stage directions comment that everyone has had just enough to drink to make things funnier than they should be. Brigid and Aimee then go up to the second floor of the flat to illustrate how easily sound travels through the building’s floors, jumping up and down in a way that, stage directions comment, becomes about releasing tension.

Meanwhile, Deirdre and Richard joke about Erik’s dream, and Erik becomes hurt, retreating into a corner of the downstairs area. Deirdre and Richard go into the kitchen to work on dinner as the conversation between Brigid and Aimee turns first to their shared concern about the increasing difficulties their parents are having (Erik overhears this part...

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