Tiny Alice - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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This Scene 1s set in the mansion's library and opens with no one on stage. Abruptly, there are voices offstage, and suddenly Miss Alice hurls into the room, her movements abrupt as if she had broken away from the lawyer who is pursuing her. Her voice is agitated and her pleas for him to keep away from her are ignored by the slowly-pursuing lawyer. He tries to placate her but continues to invade her space to touch and caress her.

It's obvious that she despises him but for some reason is unable to get him to leave. He throws out that maybe she would rather be with her precious Julian, who by this time, has been living in the mansion, spending most of his time in the gardens, the chapel and wine cellar.

The lawyer relentlessly pursues Miss Alice and backs her against a wall...

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