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The Barber of Seville Chapter Summary & Analysis - Act 3, Part 3 Summary

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Act 3, Part 3 Summary

Bartholo greets Bazile happily and hopes he is feeling better, mentioning that "Alonzo" made him quite worried. When Bazile is clearly confused about whom "Alonzo" is, Figaro tries to change the subject by asking when he is going to be able to do his job and shave Bartholo. The Count jumps in and explains to Bazile that he told Bartholo about the arrangement for teaching Rosine. After a lot of whispering back and forth between the characters, all trying for different reasons to convince Bazile to go along with the "Alonzo" story, the Count finally wins Bazile's support by giving him a bag of coins. Everybody, again for different reasons, joins in convincing Bazile to go back to bed. Bazile, completely confused, decides it probably is a good idea for him to get out of there.

Once he leaves...

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