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MonkeyNotes-Inherit the Wind by Jerome Lawrence & Robert E. Lee
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The judge comes in and announces that Brady is dead. Drummond says he cannot imagine a world without Brady in it. When Hornbeck makes a mean joke, Drummond grows angry with him. Drummond says there was some measure of greatness in Brady. He again thinks of the Bible verse that gives the play its title: "He that troubleth his own house shall inherit the wind; and the fool shall be servant to the wise in heart." Hornbeck thinks Drummond is a hypocrite for mourning Brady's death.


When Hornbeck leaves, Cates asks him if it costs a lot of money to file an appeal. Drummond says he did not come to Hillsboro for money. Rachel interrupts to tell Cates the train schedule and to say that she is going with him. The two of them rush off to pack Cates' belongings. Drummond sees that Rachel has forgotten her Origin of the Species. He picks it up and then picks up the Bible. He puts them together, back to back, and puts both books in his satchel.

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