Three Tall Women - Act 2, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 3 Summary

When the Son appears, B suddenly screams in his face for him to leave. As A calms her down, C comments on how handsome he is. B says she would not feel that way if she knew what he had done, and calls him filthy. A reveals that the Son looks exactly the same as he did when he left, and that twenty years after he left he came to see her again. B reacts with disbelief, and A explains that when she had a heart attack he came and they had a kind of reconciliation. As B angrily protests that she will never forgive him, A admits that she never did, and reveals that the two of them never really talked about the past beyond some of his memories of being a little boy. B says she never wants to see him again, but...

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