This Is Our Youth - Act 1, Pages 30 - 48 Summary & Analysis

Kenneth Lonergan
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Act 1, Pages 30 - 48 Summary

Regardless of the physical brawl, Warren still wants to get Japanese prostitutes. Dennis tells him he couldn't handle it. Warren says he can't spend the money but he'll sell some of his memorabilia to make up what's missing. Dennis chides him for never selling any of it when Warren owes him money, but Warren tells Dennis he already makes plenty from all of them by selling pot. Dennis tells him he's providing precious memories for Warren and the others and that he's "a one-man youth culture" that they all imitate. He tells Warren he should thank God he knows him. Warren opens his suitcase full of 1950s and '60s memorabilia. At first, Dennis is disinterested, but then starts looking at Warren's collection and is surprised by how much it is worth. Valerie tries calling but Dennis is incredibly...

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