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

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

B tells C she will meet her husband in two years, when she is twenty eight. A reveals he died when he was sixty-six, which leads B to calculate that they were forty years with one man, "more or less," and that she will be alone for sixteen years. C asks how she and her husband met, A and B make fun of how he had only one eye, and C starts asking what B meant about "more or less." A and B refer to an affair with the groom which apparently happened after B discovered her husband had been cheating on her. This leads to an argument about why men cheat (because they are men) vs. why women cheat (because they are lonely). C insists on knowing more about her husband. B goes into some detail about how he made her laugh, how he...

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