Three Tall Women - Act 2, Part 4 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 4 Summary

The Son looks at A, suddenly able to hear and see her. A tells him how she had a premonition that she would die, that only the servants would be with her when it happened, and how he only came to see her once she was gone. She describes in detail the scene when he came in, carrying flowers and then holding her hand which, she repeats over and over, was cold.

C again says that she will never become A, saying that she "denies" her. A angrily responds by denying the Son, B, and C. C cries out, asking whether bitterness is the only alternative and wondering what happened to all the happy times, whether they ended with her. She talks about being unable to remember the actual feelings associated with both good and bad times, and pleads with A and B to tell...

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