Tiny Alice - Act 3, Scene 1 Summary & Analysis

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Act 3, Scene 1 Summary

The final scene of the play takes place in the library, which is empty until the butler enters carrying a pile of gray sheets. They are clearly quite heavy. He sets them down on a table, straightens his shoulders from the effort, looks at various chairs, and begins to count the sheets as Julian enters, dressed now in a suit, not clerical garments.

Julian is confused because he is unable to find anyone in the mansion to celebrate his marriage to Miss Alice, which has just taken place. He's even further baffled because she is nowhere to be found either. He and the butler talk for awhile on the merits of marriage and faith, and suddenly Miss Alice enters the room. She sees Julian and turns abruptly to leave. This further solidifies Julian's irritation, and he demands that the butler prepare the champagne for the...

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