Three Plays - Strange Interlude, Part 2, Acts 6 and 7 Summary & Analysis

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Strange Interlude, Part 2, Acts 6 and 7 Summary

Act Six - Almost a year later, Nina sits knitting quietly while Evans reads the newspaper and Marsden watches them both. Nina's thoughts reveal that she's become content with Evans, that their baby's name is Gordon, and that she's still in love with Darrell. Evans' thoughts reveal his ambition and pride in his family, while Marsden's thoughts reveal his jealousy of Evans, his lingering grief over his mother, his love for Nina, and his resentment of Darrell, whom he recalls seeing in Germany. Superficial conversation between the three of them reveals that Evans has become successful in business and that he and Nina are relatively happy together. After Nina goes to take care of the baby, Evans asks Marsden for financial help in setting up a new business, but Marsden refuses. Evans' thoughts reveal his...

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