A Chorus of Disapproval - Act 1, Scene 4 Summary & Analysis

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Dafydd and Guy arrive at Dafydd's home, which seems small and too family-oriented for someone with Dafydd's personality. There is a large male doll on the sofa, which Dafydd says his children pretend is him when he has been away too long or too often. He disappears into the kitchen to put on the kettle for tea.

Hannah comes in ready for bed, her face covered with cream. She is calling to Dafydd. She runs away when she sees Guy. Dafydd yells at her to go to bed, but Hannah feels she cannot "if there's someone here." Dafydd says that "this chap doesn't matter" and comes back in carrying a script. He realizes uncomfortably that Guy heard their whole conversation, and he tries to laugh it off, then quickly turns the conversation to the play.

He tells Guy that he sees him as Crook Finger'd...

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