Tshembe has returned home from Europe after seven years. He reunites
ERIC: Tshembe! You came!
TSHEMBE: Where is my father?
ERIC: He died last night.
TSHEMBE: So I missed the last goodbyes.
ERIC: Each day for a month I told him you would come and then last night he no longer believed.
TSHEMBE: So did our mother! Do you despise her memory too? Have they finally turned the world upside down in your head, boy? Does Madame Neilsen know about my father?
ERIC: I thought that you would want to tell her.
Lorraine Hansberry. Les Blancs: The Collected Last Plays of Lorraine Hansberry. 1972. pp.68-74
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