Tiny Alice - Study Guide Act 1, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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This scene takes place in an upstairs sitting room of the castle. It is feminine, but not frilly, decorated in shades of blue. The fireplace is in scale with the rest of the mansion, and the appointments are rich and comfortable. Our attention is drawn to Miss Alice, who is sitting in a wing chair facing a set of windows. She is engaged in conversation with the lawyer, who is talking to her about the concept of giving.

With a knock at the door, he comments to Miss Alice, "that will be our bird of prey. Pray. P-R-A-Y. What a pun I could make on that; bird of pray."

The butler escorts Julian into the room and excuses himself amid sarcastic pleasantries. The lawyer then proceeds to introduce Julian to Miss Alice for the first time. Getting no response from the woman whose...

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