Three Tall Women - Study Guide Act 1, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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A remembers how her husband always gave her jewelry, saying that pearls and diamonds were her favorite stones and that bracelets were her favorite pieces. She starts telling a story of how she and her husband came home from a party. She got undressed and sat at her bureau, naked except for her jewels. Suddenly embarrassed, she says she cannot go on, but B and C encourage her to continue. A, with increasing embarrassment and anger, tells how her husband came in naked with a new bracelet around his erect penis, which she says was very small. She says he came closer and closer, bringing his penis closer and closer to her face, and told her that he thought she would like it. She says that she told him she could not "do that," that she could never do it, and that as she insisted...

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