The Barber of Seville - Study Guide Act 3, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Rosine comes in, refusing to take any more music lessons from anybody – and then quickly changes her mind when she sees "Alonzo" and instantly realizes who he is. She exclaims in surprise, then covers her exclamation by saying she cried out in pain after spraining her ankle. Bartholo panics and runs for a chair, leaving the Count and Rosine alone for a moment, free to express their feelings for each other, and hoping that Figaro will help them. Bartholo, eager to be nice to Rosine, brings her a chair and tries to dismiss "Alonzo," saying she is too upset to have a lesson. Rosine says she is fine but Bartholo continues to try to get rid of "Alonzo" who convinces him that it might be wiser to let her have her own way. Bartholo decides to stay and hear...

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