Four Major Plays - The Master Builder, Act 3 Summary & Analysis

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The Master Builder, Act 3 Summary

A few days later, Hilde suggests that Aline must be looking forward to moving into the new home, saying she's suffered so much in the current one. Aline tells her she suffered more from the destruction of the first house than the deaths of her sons - its destruction, she says, was meaningless; whereas, the deaths of the boys she saw as being the will of God. As Herdal arrives, Hilde offers Aline an embrace, but Aline shrugs it off and goes out with Herdal. When Solness comes, Hilde says she has to leave because she can't hurt Aline for whom she feels friendship. Solness protests he wouldn't be able to go on without her, saying he can't live his life tied to someone Aline who is, in so many ways, already dead. Hilde agrees to stay...

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