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The Comedy of Errors - Act 4, Scene 3 Summary & Analysis

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Act 4, Scene 3 Summary

Act 4 Scene 2I is set in a public place, where Antipholus of Ephesus is musing over the strange treatment he has received recently. All of the people he meets know his name and treat him as a friend or an acquaintance. Dromio of Syracuse enters with the gold from Adriana, which will pay for the release of Antipholus of Ephesus.

Dromio of Syracuse is surprised to find Antipholus free from the officer. Antipholus of Syracuse takes this for a jest and asks if a ship has been found to take them out of Ephesus. Dromio replies that indeed, the ship is waiting as he told Antipholus an hour ago while he was detained by the officer. Antipholus of Syracuse finds this to be very strange, but rather than quibble, he is ready to leave the city.

A Courtesan enters and greets Antipholus. Seeing the gold...

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