Three Tall Women - Act 1, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Part 2 Summary

A asks again what day it is, then asks whether this is the day he is coming. When B tells her he is not, A complains that he never comes and that everybody wants something, a lesson she learned from her mother. She goes into a rambling reminiscence of how her mother tried to prepare her and "Sis" for life, and how Sis could not do it, but she could. She says she met him, knew that he wanted her, and lied about how she could ride horses to get him. She goes into another rambling memory about how she rode after she got married and won prizes for it. B asks whether A rode when she was young, and this triggers another confused memory about her parents, which makes A cry again. And again, B and C wait her out. A calms down, then...

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