Three Plays - Mourning Becomes Electra - The Haunted, Acts 1 and 2 Summary & Analysis

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Mourning Becomes Electra - The Haunted, Acts 1 and 2 Summary

Act 1, Scene 1 - Outside the house some time later, Seth and a group of drunken townsmen joke about the Mannon house being haunted, argue over whether it's true that Christine killed herself out of grief, and discuss whether it was as strange as it seems that Ezra died so soon after he came home. Peter and Hazel arrive, with news that Orin and Lavinia are on their way back after several months overseas. Seth confesses that he almost believes the ghost stories being told about the place, saying it's got a strong sense of evil about it. Hazel says she's sensed that evil herself, and as the other townsmen leave, goes into the house with Seth and Peter to get it tidied up. Soon afterward, Lavinia and Orin arrive...

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