The Visit: A Tragi-comedy - Act III, Scene III Summary & Analysis

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Act III, Scene III Summary

Ill finds Claire in the Village Woods which, he finds out, she owns. She is there with her new, ninth husband, a Nobel Prize-winner. Ill congratulates her on her new marriage and notices the two eunuchs are no longer with her. He asks where they went and she explains they were annoying her so she shipped them off to Hong Kong. Ill brings up the child they had together and asks what happened to it, since Claire had left town before it was born. It was a girl named Genevieve but the Salvation Army took the child away almost immediately after birth so Claire does not know what happened to her. All she knows is that the child died at some point of, she thinks, meningitis—she cannot recall for sure.

After they briefly recall the time they had together...

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