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Torch Song Trilogy - Fugue in a Nursery, Counter Subject Summary & Analysis

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Fugue in a Nursery, Counter Subject Summary

It is finally Sunday morning of the country weekend and Laurel calls Arnold and Alan to breakfast, but the two men are hesitant to rise. Laurel's attempts to coerce Arnold and Alan to accompany her and Ed to church are met with even more resistance. Laurel and Ed continue with their normal Sunday morning schedule and Laurel admits that the weekend has not worked out as she had planned. Laurel's real motive for inviting Arnold had been a little devious in that she wanted to place Arnold and Ed together one more time and determine whether or not Ed would choose her over Arnold.

Fugue in a Nursery, Counter Subject Analysis

Ironically, Laurel has invited Arnold for the weekend to test Ed's love for her, but Arnold has brought Alan, which negates any opportunity for testing Ed...

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