Three Plays - Strange Interlude, Part 1, Acts 3, 4 and 5 Summary & Analysis

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Strange Interlude, Part 1, Acts 3, 4 and 5 Summary

Act 3 - Several months later at Evans' country home, Nina and the visiting Marsden bid each other a teasing good morning, with conversation revealing that Nina and Evans are married and Nina's thoughts revealing she has a happy secret. When Nina goes to get some coffee, Marsden's thoughts reveal his pain at having lost her, and his self-contempt for thinking he "lost" something he never had in the first place. He then goes out, encountering Evans and his mother (Mrs. Evans) as they come in. Evans speaks cheerfully of his plans for his home and marriage, his thoughts revealing his hope that Nina's going to have a baby. As he goes out to his fields, he says goodbye to Nina as she comes in, who greets Mrs. Evans, who in turn takes advantage of being...

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