This Is Our Youth - Act 2, 112-128 Summary & Analysis

Kenneth Lonergan
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Act 2, 112-128 Summary

Warren is mixing the cocaine with Mannitol when the phone rings. As he reaches for it, he knocks the plate of cocaine onto the floor. He doesn't know what to do so just laughs. Finally, he picks up the phone. It is his father, who has obviously found out about the missing money. Only Warren's side of the conversation is heard. He tells his father he is planning on returning the money but it will be at least an hour. His father obviously asks if he knows what kind of world he is living in and brings up his dead sister. Warren tells his father he thinks about her too much and that he has better judgment than she did at the same age. For one, he won't move in with an abusive thirty-five year old. It seems his father makes...

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