The Barber of Seville - Study Guide Act 4, Part 1 Summary & Analysis

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In the middle of a storm raging in the dark, Bartholo and Bazile, carrying a lantern, appear,. He tells Bartholo that he has no idea who Alonzo is. Bartholo asks him why he accepted the cash. Bazile says it seemed as though everybody was knew of secret except for him, and that when confusion arises, money always settles it. Bartholo asks for the cash back, but Bazile refuses to return it and turns the tables on Bartholo by telling him he would not want to "possess" Rosine in the same way Bartholo does. In Bazile's opinion, marrying a woman who is not in love with her husband is asking for trouble. Bartholo says it is better that she should be unhappy at being with him than it is for him to be unhappy at being without her.

Bazile bids Bartholo farewell, telling him...

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