The Government Inspector - Study Guide Act 3, Scenes 1, 2, 3, and 4 Summary & Analysis

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Scene 1 - Act 3 takes place in the same room of the Mayor's home as Act 1. As Anna and Maria wait for news, Anna complains again that they would know much more about the situation if only Maria had not delayed them. Maria tells Anna to be patient, and says she sees someone coming. Anna says she is imagining things, but then sees about whom Maria is talking. They argue over the identity of the messenger, Anna shouts for him to hurry, and when he gets closer, she demands that he tell her the news. She then comments angrily that he is not going to say anything until he is inside.

Scene 2 - Dobchinsky comes in, and Anna complains that he has been slow in coming back to tell her what is going on. Dobchinsky protests he came back as soon as he could...

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