Kate Keller is sure that her son Larry is still alive, despite the
Start: I was fast asleep, and … [Raising her arm over the audience.] Remember the way he used to fly low past the house when he was in training?
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End: The tree snapped right in front of me ... and I like ... came awake. See? We should never have planted that tree. I said so in the first place; it was too soon to plant a tree for him.
For full extended monologue, please refer to clips or the script edition cited here: Miller, Arthur. All My Sons. Samuel French, 1947.
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