Three Plays - Strange Interlude, Part 2, Acts 8 and 9 Summary & Analysis

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Strange Interlude, Part 2, Acts 8 and 9 Summary

Act Eight - Ten years later, Darrell, Evans, Marsden and Nina have gathered on Evans' yacht to watch Gordon row in an important race. They are joined by Madeline, Gordon's attractive young fiancé. Nina's thoughts reveal her jealousy of Madeline and her perceptions of Darrell, her former lover (see "Quotes", p. 192-3). Meanwhile, Marsden's reveal his despair over the death of his sister (with whom he's been living since the death of his mother), Evans' reveal his joy in his son and family, Darrell's reveal his sense of freedom from Nina, and Madeline's reveal her awareness of Nina's jealousy and her determination to win Gordon for herself. As the race begins, Nina decides to tell Madeline about the history of insanity in Evans' family (since everyone believes Gordon is Evans' biological son, Madeline will believe...

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