Dream on Monkey Mountain - Epilogue Summary & Analysis

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Epilogue Summary

The cages return. Inside them again are Tigre, Souris and Makak, who in his sleep repeats the name "Felix Hobain," As Tigre sings the jailhouse song sung at the beginning of the play, the Corporal appears, back in his original uniform. He asks Tigre and Souris how Makak has behaved, and they tell him he's been delirious all night, as though he's been dreaming. The Corporal wakes Makak. He asks Makak who he is and where he lives. Makak confirms that he lives on Monkey Mountain. He says that his name is Felix Hobain and that he's referred to as Makak because of the way he looks. When he asks why he's in jail, the Corporal explains that he was drunk and disorderly in the market. He disrupted the vendors and insulted the inspector. The Corporal says, however, that because it's a first...

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