Three Plays - Mourning Becomes Electra - Homecoming, Acts 3 and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Mourning Becomes Electra - Homecoming, Acts 3 and 4 Summary

Act 3 - A week or so later, back outside the house, Lavinia asks what Brant's mother was like. He tells her she was pretty and popular, but Lavinia doesn't believe him and sends him to bed. As he's going, Christine comes out, and she and Lavinia argue over whether Christine is still in love with Brant. In the middle of their argument, Ezra arrives. Stage directions describe him as having the same sort of mask-like face as the other characters. Lavinia greets him emotionally, but he tells her to keep her feelings under control and then stiffly greets Christine, who asks where Orin is. Ezra tells her he's been wounded and is suffering from "brain fever" but will be home soon. Lavinia then asks Ezra about his heart condition, but he...

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