Three Tall Women - Act 1, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Part 1 Summary

A, an old woman, sits in her chair. B, a middle aged woman, sits on a bench at the foot of a large bed. C, a young woman, sits at a desk. A announces that she's ninety one. C tries to convince her she's ninety two. B tells her to let it go, but A insists, saying she is thirty years older than "he" is, and that he reminds her of this fact all the time. C suggests that "he" may be wrong. A argues that he should know how old he is, he tells her every time he comes to visit. She frets about what day it is, disagrees when B tells her, then teases C about it being "today." C speaks sharply to her, B speaks sharply in response, and A says she cannot speak to someone who pays her in that way...

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