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Three Tall Women Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 1, Part 3 Summary

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Act 1, Part 3 Summary

B laughs at the expression "getting fresh," saying she has not heard it for years. A says her mother used it a lot to both her and Sis, then suddenly remembers that both her mother and Sis are dead. This leads her to remember, with happy satisfaction, that most of her friends are dead. B says that it does not really matter; she did not really like them anyway. A agrees, saying that her friends changed as they all grew older, and uses Sis as an example. She says nastily that Sis was younger, smarter, and had more boyfriends, then tells a long story of how she and Sis came to the city together, explored drinking and relationships together, and how they shared a wardrobe, keeping track of who wore what clothes on which date with which man. She also refers repeatedly to the fact...

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