Dream on Monkey Mountain - Act 2 Scene 2 Part 2 Summary & Analysis

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Act 2 Scene 2 Part 2 Summary

Makak emerges from the shadows, welcoming the Corporal back to the life given him at birth. Tigre comes out and taunts the Corporal, saying that now he knows what it's like to be a "nigger," naked and vulnerable and humiliated, an animal. Makak tries to get Tigre to stop, but Tigre says he's had enough of playing Makak's game and picks up the Corporal's gun. He tells Souris to tie the Corporal up. He says that they're going up the mountain to find Makak's money, but Souris refuses, saying that he believes in Makak and in the Corporal's repentance. He won't participate in violence. Tigre says he wants Makak's money, and Makak says that he's lost and can't remember the way back to the Mountain. He tries to convince Tigre that he can't achieve freedom just by gaining money...

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