The Barber of Seville - Study Guide Act 4, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Figaro opens the window, sees the room is empty, comes in and helps the Count to come in as well. Figaro complains about how they are both soaked because of the rain, but the Count does not mind: he is worried about how to convince Rosine to leave with them to be married. Figaro tells him to keep his identity a secret, but as "Lindor" accuse her of being cruel for keeping him at arm's length for so long. If she protests that her love is still true, Figaro says, that is the moment to reveal who he truly is.

Rosine returns, and because she is still angry with him (since she still thinks he is Lindor acting on somebody else's behalf) she speaks very coldly and formally to him. The Count protests that he adores her and is about to say more...

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