Tiny Alice - Act 2, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Scene 3 Summary

Julian is in Miss Alice's sitting room, near the fireplace, carrying a riding crop. He is talking to Miss Alice, who is in her bedroom with the door ajar. They are discussing how much fun they had riding horses today, which leads Julian to the memory of a Welsh caretaker at the farm of a childhood friend.

The main memory he has of the man are the incredible tufts of black hair on his fingers and how he was entranced by that as a boy. Miss Alice says that it is like D.H. Lawrence's Love on the Farm and begins to recite it to him as she mock-stalks him. The poem leads to their conversation of early erotic musings and mental imagery of sex play. Miss Alice delights in Julian's embarrassment and continues by grilling him about the amount and location of his body...

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