Arcadia - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 6 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 6 brings the play back to 1809 to a pistol shot at dawn. Jellaby enters the room and lets Hodge in with a rabbit he has shot for one of Thomasina’s favorite dishes, rabbit pie. After spending the night in the boathouse, Hodge returns to find the house vacated by many of its occupants. Captain Brice departed with the Chaters during the night and Lord Byron left in the early hours of the morning. Jellaby relates the information that Lady Croom looked for Hodge in his room during the night. Hodge inquires after his copy of “The Couch of Eros,” but learns Byron took it with him. Jellaby tells Hodge while Mr. Chater and Captain Brice got drunk together, Lady Croom ran into Mrs. Chater at the door to Lord Byron’s room. Extreme unhappiness ensued.

Lady Croom now enters the room and Jellaby ends his narrative...

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