Doubt - Scene 8, Part 2 Summary & Analysis

John Patrick Shanley
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Scene 8, Part 2 Summary

Shortly after Mrs. Muller leaves, Father Flynn rushes in and confronts Sister Aloysius. Ignoring her insistence that there needs to be a third person present to witness their conversation, he closes the door and tells her that she must stop what she's doing. She responds that it will only stop when he confesses and resigns. He says he has nothing to confess, arguing that she's persecuting him because he has forward thinking ideas that don't mesh with hers. She accuses him of giving Donald wine to drink and sexually seducing him. He denies the accusation, accusing her in turn of wanting to find something to use against him and asking Sister James to watch for such an incident. She says that she is convinced, offering the evidence that she saw him touch one of the student's wrists and that the student...

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