Between the Acts - Pages 91 - 105 Summary & Analysis

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Pages 91 - 105 Summary

Scene Two of "Where There's a Will There's a Way" depicts orphan Flavinda waiting in a market for her love Valentine. He does not show at the allotted time, and Flavinda feels a stranger in the market is pursuing her, so she hides. After observing this stranger's very Valentine-like behaviors, she confronts the stranger and he is indeed Valentine. They embrace. An anonymous critic in the crowd exclaims "All that fuss about nothing!"

The next scene is not even dramatized, but is instead summarized in the pageant program in the interest of time. The scene, everyone is told, involves Flavinda rejecting Sir Spaniel Lilyliver and running away with Valentine. This frightfully dead moment in the pageant is saved when mooing cows graze on the terrace, amusing everyone. The next dramatized scene shows Lilyliver (comically complaining the entire time about his bad...

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