The Barber of Seville - Act 2, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2, Part 2 Summary

Bartholo storms in, shouting that Figaro has put the "whole household" out of commission. He goes on to complain that there is no-one downstairs to keep strangers from coming up or playing tricks, like that stranger did when he took the song that Rosine dropped "by accident." When Rosine protests that it was an accident and it was a stranger, Bartholo tells her he is going to make sure that such "accidents" do not happen again. In fact, he is going to board up her window.

Rosine loses her temper, accusing Bartholo of keeping her in a dungeon. Bartholo says that is not such a bad idea and comments that it is dangerous to put trust in anyone. Best friends take advantage, and the servants help them do it. Rosine wonders whether he thinks she would not be able...

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