Winterset - Act 1, Scene 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 1, Scene 3, Part 2 Summary

Throughout this section, Mio speaks in intensely poetic language. Alone with Miriamne, he comments that she took his call for her to wait for him too seriously, saying he's not good for her. As she turns to go, he tells her to enjoy love where and when she finds it, adding that there are no guarantees of anything other than coldness in winter and death. Their conversation turns to faith, with Mio saying faith is easy if a person is a fool, and that words describing values are just words. Miriamne comments in a way that suggests Mio believes in those values anyway, and Mio says he does only because he's alone and an outcast. Miriamne offers to go with him, wherever he wanders. He swears at her and tells her if she's got a home, she should stay there. Miriamne says. again...

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