Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf? - Act 2, Part 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 3 Summary

Martha congratulates George, saying that that was the most energy he's shown in a long time but what he did makes her sick. He comments that she can go ahead and say whatever he wants and it's fine, but as soon as he attacks in the same way she can't allow it. He goes on to say he's had enough, but she shouts that her abuse is what he married her for and he can take it. He calls her sick and she completely loses her temper, tells him that she's finally "snapped" and tells him that she's had enough of the whole arrangement, their marriage, the games they've been playing, everything. She says that there was maybe one moment in their past when she thought she could make the marriage work, but that she's ready to call it all quits. George says...

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