The Kellers’ neighbor on the other side, Frank was too old to be drafted, and this has caused him to place a great deal of emphasis on numerology and astrology. Frank has been constructing an astrological chart for Larry, to determine where and if he died; it is also shown that Frank and Annie had a thwarted courtship before the war.
Frank Lubey Quotes in All My Sons
The All My Sons quotes below are all either spoken by Frank Lubey or refer to Frank Lubey. For each quote, you can also see the other characters and themes related to it (each theme is indicated by its own dot and icon, like this one: Note: all page numbers and citation info for the quotes below refer to the Penguin edition of All My Sons published in 2000.).
Act 1 Quotes
Well, a favorable day for a person is a fortunate day, according to his stars. In other words it would be practically impossible for him to have died on his favorable day.
Frank Lubey Character Timeline in All My Sons
The timeline below shows where the character Frank Lubey appears in All My Sons. The colored dots and icons indicate which themes are associated with that appearance.
...sensitive about her body, feigns jealousy, since the patient on the phone is female. Lydia Lubey, Frank’s wife, enters the lawn through the hedges and tells Frank that the toaster is... (full context)
...wants her to, but George is now saying he wants to take Annie away immediately. Frank comes over, at this inopportune moment, to say he has finished his astrological calculations, and... (full context)