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Accidental Death of an Anarchist Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 2, Scene 1, Part 4 Summary

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Act 2, Scene 1, Part 4 Summary

The journalist produces documentation recounting the fact that out of several recent bombings, many have been found been linked to the government that arranged for the bombings in order to discredit anti-government (anarchist) factions. The Maniac accuses her of being blatantly provocative (see "Quotes," p. 193), and as Bertozzo is struggling to convince the Superintendent of the Maniac's true identity, the Maniac comments that the journalist seems to be seeking a scandal for its own sake. The journalist agrees with him (see "Quotes," p. 195), but the Maniac comments that the only reason the public wants scandal at all is to help them forget about how miserable life is otherwise (see "Quotes," p. 196). Bertozzo breaks free of the superintendent and Sports Jacket, runs to the Maniac and struggles to pull off his wooden leg. The superintendent and Sports Jacket...

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