The Balcony - Study Guide Scene 6 Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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In a cafy, Roger, Armand, Luke and Mark work in the background as Chantal finishes bandaging a Wounded Rebel. Another woman, Georgette, takes over, saying that Chantal's thinking too much about what she's doing. As Georgette pins his bandage, the Rebel asks how the battle is going, and in particular about the Bishop, the General and the Judge. Georgette tells him to stop worrying. The titles don't mean anything; they're just men. She gives the Wounded Rebel instructions about how to avoid getting shot and sends him out. She then apologizes to Chantal for being hard on her.

Roger comments on how foolish vanity is as Armand admires his appearance in a mirror. He pretends to be the Chief on a poster and talks about how this is an important day in the revolution. Roger tells him there are still battles to be fought, and...

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