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Torch Song Trilogy Chapter Summary & Analysis - Widows and Children First: Scene 3 Summary

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Widows and Children First: Scene 3 Summary

David and Ed have left the apartment so that Arnold and Mrs. Beckoff can have some privacy and are sitting on a bench in the park across from the apartment waiting for a sign from Arnold that it is safe for them to return. During the course of their conversation, David encourages Ed to discuss his relationship with Laurel but Ed declines. David takes this as a good sign and prompts Ed to rekindle the relationship with Arnold, who David respects tremendously.

According to David, Arnold is lonely and leads a solitary life since Alan's death and David feels that Ed would be good for Arnold and for himself as a member of the household. Arnold joins Ed and David as they eat hot dogs on the park bench and asks to speak to David alone. Ed departs temporarily...

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