It is evening, and George and Emily are doing their homework. Their
Start: GEORGE: Hssst! Emily! EMILY: Hello. GEORGE: Hello! EMILY: I can't work at all. The moonlight's so terrible. [... ... ...] End: EMILY: Well, I guess I better go back and try to work. GEORGE: Good night, Emily. And thanks. EMILY: Good night, George.
For the full scene, see the video clip or refer to the script cited here: Thornton Wilder, Our Town. Harper and Row, 1957. pp. 33-35.
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