Tiny Alice - Act 2, Scene 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 2 Summary

Again, the Scene 1s set in the library of the mansion, and the butler is alone until the lawyer enters angrily and impatiently demanding to know where Miss Alice and Julian are. The butler pretends he doesn't know, and his indifference infuriates the lawyer even further. He chastises the butler and demands that he keep an eye on Miss Alice and Julian at all times. The lawyer is personally and professionally outraged by the relationship that has developed by the wealthy woman and the lay brother.

The butler at last softens and tells the lawyer that they will have Julian very soon now, and that Miss Alice will rise above her human qualities and do her job. She will do what needs to be done.

The butler suggests that it's probably time for the lawyer to visit the Cardinal again and inform him of their...

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