Between the Acts - Pages 76 - 90 Summary & Analysis

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Isa spots Giles. She fumes at his infidelity, and the double standard insofar that a man is allowed his infidelities while a woman is allowed none. Giles, meanwhile, wonders who Isa is lusting after. He dismisses William Dodge entirely. Perhaps in an effort to anger Giles, Isa invites William Dodge on a tour of the greenhouse, where they can be alone. There, similar to their moment earlier, they talk as if they've known each other for years, getting along very well.

The audience reassembles for the second half of the pageant, a rambunctious crowd speaking dozens of different conversations. Finally music quiets them. The play continues. A young woman comes out in the personification of Reason and provides some verse as to what reason makes possible, including the arts and music. Old Mr. Oliver is very fond of this portion of...

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