Fiddler on the Roof - Study Guide Act 2, Scene 8 Summary & Analysis

Joseph Stein
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The final scene is outside Tevye's house once more. Motel and Tzeitel are packing baggage into a cart and a wagon. Shprintze and Bielke enter with bundles. Shprintze asks where they will live in America. Motel explains that they will live with their Uncle Abram, although he has not been told yet. Shprintze wishes Motel, Tzeitel and the baby were coming with them, but Tzeitel explains that they will be staying in Warsaw until they can afford to come to America.

Golde enters carrying goblets. She asks Motel to be careful with them, as they were wedding gifts to Golde and Tevye. Tzeitel asks Bielke and Shprintze to come help pack the rest of the clothes.

Yente enters to tell Golde that she will be going to the Holy Land, Israel, to be a matchmaker there. She believes it's her calling, helping families to grow...

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