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Act III ( Conclusion)


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  1. Summary Act III Summary Act III. Page 1 Page 2 Summary [A] person is either with this court or he must be counted against it, there be no road between. (See Important Quotations Explained) Back in Salem, the court is in session. Giles interrupts the proceedings by shouting that Putnam is only making a grab for more land.
  2. In Act 3 of The Crucible, we meet the judges who have been conducting the witch trials. John Proctor and Mary Warren finally confront the court with the truth, but, as you'll see, the truth has limited currency when it doesn't align with what people have already chosen to believe.
  3. Act III, Scene 1. Ferdinand has been made to take Caliban's place as a servant, despite his royal status; and though he does not like Prospero, he does the work because it will benefit his new love, Miranda. Ferdinand and Miranda express their love for each other, and both express their desire to be married though they have known each other for less than a day.
  4. Summary Act III, scene i. Clitandre and Acaste discuss their affections for Célimène. When Clitandre asks why Acaste is always so cheerful, Acaste arrogantly notes that he is young, rich, and attractive, and therefore has no reason not to be cheerful. Acaste's disposition changes when he admits that his love for Célimène goes unrequited.
  5. Act III culminates in the dissolution of Nora’s illusions about her husband and her marriage. Rather than bravely facing the consequences of Nora’s actions, Torvald (The entire section is 1,
  6. Act III offers happy resolution to the problems of identity and marriage that drive much of the humor in the previous acts. Wilde continues to mock the social customs and attitudes of the aristocratic class. He relentlessly attacks their values, views on marriage and respectability, sexual attitudes, and concern for stability in the social structure.
  7. Summary Meeting with a rebel lord, Lennox reveals his doubts concerning Macbeth. His argument is that those who might be immediately suspected of murdering their kinsmen are less likely to have done so than Macbeth, who had killed the guards of Duncan 's chamber so hastily.
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