Dr. Hyman is Sylvia doctor. He is treating her for paralysis which,
START: I want you to send your thoughts into your hips. Tense your hips. Think of the bones in your hips. Come on now. The strongest muscles in your body are right there, you still have tremendous power right there.
END: Sylvia, I know you more than you’re saying, why can’t you open up to me? Speak to me. Sylvia? Say anything. I promise I won’t tell a soul. What is in your mind right now.
For full extended monologue, please refer to the script edition cited here: Arthur Miller, Broken Glass, Methuen Drama, 1995, pp.35-6.
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